OSU’s season concludes with 10th-place finish at Albuquerque Regional

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Oklahoma State women’s golf team carded a final round 308 to finish 10th at the NCAA Albuquerque Regional.

Facing sustained 20-plus mile per hour winds at the UNM Championship Course, the Cowgirls fell just short of the NCAA Championship cut line. The low six teams and the low three individuals advanced to the national championships, which are being hosted at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Illinois on May 19-24.

Stanford took the top line on the leaderboard with a 2-over 866, while their own Albane Valenzuela took the top individual honors with a 6-under 210. Duke, Pepperdine, Southern California, Cal and Miami also advanced.

Cowgirl Kenzie Neisen led the Cowgirls with a 4-over 220 to tie her for 14th place. Neisen was a combined +1 on all par-4 holes on the week, which gave her the fourth-best scoring average on par-4s at the regional (4.03).

Maddie McCrary finished tied for 27th place with an 8-over 224, while senior Linnea Johansson tied for 43rd place at 11-over 227.

Alexis Sadeghy shot 12-over 228 to tie for 49th place and Chih-Min Chen finished tied for 68th place with a 16-over 232.

Team Leaderboard
1. Stanford (+2) 290-283-293 – 866
2. Duke (+9) 297-288-288 – 873

10. Oklahoma State (+34) 304-286-308 – 898

Individual Leaderboard
1. Albane Valenzuela, Stanford (-6) 71-69-70 – 210
T2. Tatiana Wijaya, Pepperdine (-3) 70-72-71 – 213
(IND) T2. Martina Edberg, CSU Fullerton (-3) 73-68-72 – 213

Oklahoma State
T14. Kenzie Neisen (+4) 77-69-74 – 220
T27. Maddie McCrary (+8) 77-70-77 – 224
T43. Linnea Johansson (+11) 78-72-77 – 227
T49. Alexis Sadeghy (+12) 73-75-80 – 228
T68. Chih-Min Chen (+16) 77-75-80 – 232


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