DALLAS – The Oklahoma State women’s golf team finished second, including a runner-up finish for Maja Stark at the Trinity Forest Invitational.
Stark, a sophomore, carded a career-low 66 in the first round and finished 4-under 212, just one stroke shy of first place. She also had the tournament low on par-4 holes, the second-most birdies and marked an eagle in the third round.
Stark led the Cowgirls to a 294 on the day to finish with an 879 for the tournament and a second-place finish as a team. OSU led the competition with the most on-par holes.
Lianna Bailey marked an eagle on the first hole of the tournament and her momentum only continued. She finished in a tie for ninth at 5-over 221 with 11 birdies, third most amongst the competition.
Han-Hsuan Yu finished in a tie for 18th at 9-over 225 while Hailey Jones finished in a tie for 23rd at 11-over 227. In her debut as a Cowgirl, Maddison Hinson-Tolchard finished in a tie for 30th at 13-over 229.
Baylor took home the team title shooting 1-over 865, while Hannah Karg of Baylor took home the individual title at 5-under 211.
The Oklahoma State women’s golf team will return to action February 7-9 at LTWF Heroes in Sarasota, Florida.
The Tulsa women’s team finished seventh with a score of 907. The Golden Hurricane carded a final round score of 297 at the par-72 Trinity Forest Golf Course.
Haley Greb turned in Tulsa’s best round of the day with a 2-under 70 and finished with a career-best 7th place individual performance. She finished the 54-hole event with a 4-over par 220. Lorena Tseng was two shots back in 11th place with a score of 6-over par 222 after shooting a final round 73 on Tuesday.
Lilly Thomas scored a final round 78 for a 39th place 231 total score.
Taylor Dobson finished in 48th place with a final score of 234, while freshman Tita Loudtragulngam, in her first collegiate tournament, placed 73rd overall.
Tulsa will be back in action next week, Feb. 8-9, at the Texas State Invitational at the Plum Creek Golf Course in Kyle, Texas.
- #1 Baylor 284-294-287=865
- #10 Oklahoma State 292-293-294=879
- #20 Texas 298-302-291=891
- Kansas State 310-304-289=903
- #14 Texas Tech 303-308-293=904
- SMU 303-316-287=906
- Tulsa 302-308-297=907
- UTSA 310-305-293=908
T9. Washington 300-312-304=916
T9. Nebraska 310-314-292=916
10 BYU 302-310-306=918
11 Chattanooga 307-315-306=928
12 Memphis 317-307-308=932
13 Missouri State 319-322-318=959
2. Maja Stark, Oklahoma State (-4) 66-72-74
T9. Lianna Bailey(+5) 75-74-72
T7. Haley Greb 76-74-70=220
T11. Lorena Tseng 73-76-73=222
T39. Lilly Thomas 75-78-78=231
- Taylor Dobson 78-80-76=234
- Tita Loudtragulngam 82-90-81=253
- Hannah Karg, Baylor 72-71-68=211 (-5)
- Maja Starck, OSU 66-72-74=212 (-4)
T3. Rosie Belsham, Baylor 69-77-73=219 (+3)
T3. Kate Smith, Nebraska 75-76-68=219 (+3)
T3. Allysha Mae Mateo, BYU 73-70-76=219 (+3)
T3. Elodie Chapelet, Baylor 69-76-74=219 (+3)