PALM COAST, Fla. –– With two rounds in the books at the 54-hole American Athletic Conference Women’s Golf Championship, the Tulsa golfers fell to 10th place on Monday. The Hurricane carded a second round 307 today for a 36-hole total of 608 on the par-72 Conservatory Course at the Hammock Beach Resort.
Houston continues to lead the field with a 5-under par score of 571, 20 strokes better than second-place UCF’s score of 591.
A pair of freshmen and one sophomore lead the Tulsa golfers and are among the top-25 performers after two rounds. Sammy Liu carded a round of 76 for a 151 total for 21st place, and Lorena Tseng’s second-round 75 gives her a 24th place score of 152, while sophomore Taylor Dobson is also in 24th place with a score of 152 after today’s round of 77.
Tulsa freshman Jasmine Zhang is in 37th place with a 155 total and senior Johanna Samuelsson is in 40th place with a 156 total.
Houston’s Leonie Harm and UCF’s Elizabeth Moon are tied for the individual lead with scores of 3-under par 141.
The final 18 holes will be played on Tuesday.
- Houston 287-284=571
- UCF 294-297=591
- East Carolina 296-299=595
- Memphis 304-292=596
- South Florida 295-303=598
T6. SMU 298-304=602
T6. Tulane 305-297=602
T6. Cincinnati 299-303=602
- Wichita State 302-303=605
- Tulsa 301-307=608
T21. Sammy Liu 75-76=151
T24. Lorena Tseng 77-75=152
T24. Taylor Dobson 75-77=152
T37. Jasmine Zhang 76-79=155
T40. Johanna Samuelsson 75-81=156
T1. Leonie Harm, Houston 69-72=141 (-3)
T1. Elizabeth Moon, UCF 70-71=141 (-3)
T3. Maddy Rayner, Houston 74-68=142 (-2)
T3. Maria Jose Martinez, Houston 70-72=142 (-2)
- Michaela Fletcher, Memphis 73-71=144 (E)