Cowgirls third, Sooners fourth, TU 13th at MountainView Collegiate

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Tucson, Ariz. – Maddison Hinson-Tolchard carded her lowest 54-hole score in her Cowgirl career as No. 5 Oklahoma State women’s golf earned a third-place finish at the MountainView Collegiate on Sunday in Tucson, Ariz. The University of Oklahoma was next back in fourth place, while Tulsa finished 13th.

Hinson-Tolchard shot a 209 to finish the weekend at 7-under in a tie for eighth alongside teammate, Han-Hsuan Yu. Hinson-Tolchard posted a round of 72 on Sunday at the par-72, 6,352-yard layout. Yu recorded a 74 in her final round of the 54-hole tournament.

As a team, OSU led the field in par-3 and par-4 scoring. Hinson-Tolchard and Yu were the driving force in the par-3 success as they finished the weekend 1-under on those holes.

Texas Tech’s 284 on Sunday helped the Red Raiders surge from third at the start of the day to the tournament victory while San Jose State finished second after shooting a 288 in the final round. OSU rounded out the top-3 spots with a 293 on Sunday.

Hailey Jones finished the tournament in a tie for 13th-place at 5-under after carding a 70 in the third round. Lianna Bailey posted a 77 on Sunday to finish the weekend 2-over.

Clemence Martin was forced to withdraw from the tournament on Sunday due to injury.

For Oklahoma, Hannah Screen tallied her third-consecutive top-15 finish of the spring and Maria Fernanda Martinez fired a 6-under 66 to aid the Sooners to a fourth-place finish.

“I’m really proud of the way we fought today,” said Oklahoma women’s golf head coach Veronique Drouin-Luttrell. “It was a big day for us today. We’ve been so close all year and we finally put a great final round together. The course played tough today and we had low round of the day. It was huge help for our team.”

Screen opened the final round with a bogey but quickly settled down to get back to even after a birdie on the ninth. She compiled a four-hole stretch of two birdies and two bogeys and concluded her day with back-to-back birdies on the sixth and seventh holes to close her tournament 70-70-70.

Fernanda Martinez tallied four birdies on the back nine after starting her day on the ninth hole. She tallied back-to-back birdies to open the front nine before a bogey dropped her to 5-under through 15. The redshirt junior knocked in a birdie on the sixth and finished the tournament with a pair of pars for a career-low 66. She finished T25 (72-77-66).

“I’m really proud of Maria,” said Drouin-Luttrell. “She was hitting great shots and just letting the putts fall and really helped put the team in a great position today.”

Libby Winans opened her round with a bogey and quickly went to 1-under after dropping an eagle on the par-5 ninth hole. She finished the back nine 2-over and tallied three-consecutive birdies starting on the third hole. Winans finished T22 (73-71-70).

Meagan Winans finished her final round with a 1-over 73. The freshman tallied a 3-under 69 in the second round and tied for 35th (75-69-73).

Mikhaela Fortuna tallied a 5-over 77 to conclude the Collegiate. She tied for 61st and had her best-round of the tournament Saturday with a 2-over 74.

Kaylee Vesely finished the tournament 81st (19-over, 235) and competed as OU’s lone individual.

Tulsa shot a final round 302 for an 893 to place 13th. Freshman Lovisa Gunnar finished in 42nd place with a 221 total after turning in a final round 74.  Junior Lilly Thomas and freshman Sydney Seigel tied for 46th place with 222 totals. Seigel shot a final round 75 and Thomas carded a round of 76.

Seniors Haley Greb placed 77th with a score of 232 and Lorena Tseng finished in 85th place with a 241 score after turning in a final round of 77. Freshman Hanna Robinett, playing as an individual, finished in 82nd place with a score of 236.


  1. Texas Tech               271-284-284=839
  2. San Jose State          277-275-288=840
  3. Oklahoma State       281-273-293=847

T4     Oklahoma                290-284-279=853

T4.    Texas A&M               281-284-288=853

  1. Florida                      290-281-283=854
  2. Arkansas                   286-280-293=859
  3. North Texas              289-285-287=861
  4. TCU                          292-287-283=862

T10.  Iowa State                293-294-284=871

T10.  UNLV                        283-290-298=871

  1. Houston                   298-284-295=877
  2. Tulsa                         300-291-302=893
  3. Southern Miss          299-290-307=896

T15.  Kansas State             300-307-296=903

T15.  Missouri                   303-300-300=903



T42.  Lovisa Gunnar          72-75-74=221

T46. Lilly Thomas             73-73-76=222

T46.  Sydney Seigel           77-70-75=222

T77.  Haley Greb               78-73-81=232

T82.  Hanna Robinett*      77-79-80=236

  1. Lorena Tseng            84-80-77=241


*played as an individual



  1.     Kaajal Mistry, Arkansas                  68-67-71=206
  2. Natasha Oon, San Jose State          67-68-72=207

T3.    Caitlyn Macnab, TCU                      70-69-69=208

T3.    Gala Dumez, Texas Tech                69-68-71=208

T3.    Annabell Fuller, Florida                  71-70-67=208

T3.    Audrey Tan, North Texas                69-72-67=208

T4.    Lucia Lopez Ortega, San Jose St.    68-69-71=208


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