OU freshman Hannah Wood wins Clover Cup, leads Sooners to fourth

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The University of Oklahoma, led by individual medalist Hannah Wood, finished fourth in the 2015 Clover Cup on Sunday, shooting a final-round 301 (+13). The 15-team event was played at the par-72, 6,184-yard Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz. The University of Tulsa also competed and placed 11th.

The Sooners, who ended the event with a 904 (+40), finished 19 strokes behind tournament champion Arizona State (+21). Notre Dame finished in second place at 896 (+32), and Big 12-opponent TCU placed third with an 898 (+34).

Wood secured the individual title by recording a three-day 209 (-7). Wood recorded four birdies in Sunday’s final round en route to a 69 (-3) and a two-shot win over Arizona State’s No. 43-ranked Monica Vaughn. The title marks the first win of Wood’s career and the Sooners’ first since Chirapat Jao-Javanil won the 2014 Big 12 Championship last season.

"This means the world to me," Wood said. "To be honest, I didn’t think this was possible. It just gives me a huge confidence boost moving forward into our season. I’m exciting and waiting for my next sunset."

Freshman Ana Ruiz tied for 32nd place with a three-round 231 (+15). Ruiz logged a 77 (+5) in the final round. Sophomore Alexandra Kaui recorded a 78 in Sunday’s round and finished tied for 35th place with a 232 (+16).

Freshmen Rylee Pedigo and Valerie Tanguay hold shares of 49th place, each recording a 235 (+20) in the tournament. Tanguay fired a tournament-best +5 on Sunday while Pedigo shot a 6-over 78.

Sophomore Maggie Neece and Amanda Johnson played as individuals in the tournament and are unattached from team scoring. Neece tied for 20th place with a 228 (+12), and recorded her first-career hole-in-one on the way to a 78 (+6) in Sunday’s round. Johnson finished in 87th place with a 276 (+60). She tallied a tournament-best +14 in the final round.

"I’m really proud of Hannah (Wood) for playing solid all week. She’s a great player, she works hard, and to win a tournament as a freshman is an incredible feat," Drouin-Luttrell said. "As a team, we have some work to do with our short games. We have a few days of practice here in Arizona before we head home. It’s a quick turnaround for us, but I have confidence that we will work hard and get better."

The Sooners will stay in Arizona to practice for spring break and will compete in a match-play event with Texas A&M on Wednesday, March 18.

 Tulsa finished in 11th place after carding a 307 in the final round for a 54-hole total of 938.  TU’s Antonia Von Wnuck led the Golden Hurricane with an 18th-place mark with a 12-over par 228.

 Chanya Angwarawong carded a 78 in the final round for a 232 total and 35th place, while Nadia Majidizadeh tallied her best round of the tournament with a 76 for a three-day 237 score and 54th place.  Alex Haun was 73rd with a 245 and Franziska Voellinger was 76th with a 247 total.

Tulsa will return to action at the Rebel Intercollegiate on April 3-5, in Oxford, Miss.

Team Results

1. Arizona State – 295-295-295=885

2. Notre Dame – 296-301-299=896

3. TCU – 310-301-287=898

4. Oklahoma – 297-306-301=904

5. FIU – 306-305-296=907

6. SMU – 308-302-305=915

7. Cincinnati – 313-305-304=922

8. East Carolina – 307-308-309=924

9. Nebraska – 318-298-312=928

10. USF – 315-303-314=932

T11. Tulsa – 321-310-307=938

T11. Sam Houston State – 319-314-305=938

13. UNCW – 326-305-308=939

14. Ole Miss – 318-319-317=954

15. Georgia State – 312-331-323=966

Tulsa Individuals

T18. Antonia Von Wnuck – 76-77-75=228

T35. Chanya Angwarawong – 77-77-78=232

T54. Nadia Majidizadeh – 84-77-76=237

T73. Alex Haun – 84-83-78=245

76. Franziska Voellinger – 89-79-79=247



1. Hannah Wood, Oklahoma                    69-71-69=209

2. Monica Vaughn, Arizona State               69-71-71=211

3.  Annette Lyche, UNCW                         74-68-73=215

4. Talia Campbell, Notre Dame                  72-74-71=217

T5. Noemi Jimenez, Arizona State             74-72-75=221

T5. Jordan Chael, Nebraska                      75-70-76=221



1. Hannah Wood                    69-71-69=209

T7. *Maggie Neece                73-77-78=228

T10. Ana Ruiz                       74-79-77=231

T17. Alexandra Kaui              75-80-78=232

T41. Rylee Pedigo                 79-78-78=235

T48. Valerie Tanguay             80-7877=235

88. *Amanda Johnson            101-89-86=276


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