Tulsa women’s team trails field in American Championship

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Palm Coast, Fla. – Two years into the career of coach Emilie Klein-Gille, the rebuilding of the once-proud University of Tulsa women’s golf program is very much an ongoing project.

 Tulsa not only finished last in the 2016 American Women’s Golf Championship Tuesday, it trailed eighth-place Cincinnati by 29 strokes and finished 80 shots behind winner Houston.

The Hurricane carded a final round total of 329 to finish the 54-hole tournament with a score of 974 at the par-72 Ocean Course. Tulsa junior Nadia Majidizadeh, from Tulsa Union High School, finished in 24th place with a 237 total after today’s score of 78. Seniors Antonia Von Wnuck and Alex Haun placed 34th and 39th, respectively. Von Wnuck finished with a score of 242, while Haun totaled 246. Freshman Olivia Jackson placed 41st with a total score of 253, and sophomore Nicole Marquardt finished in 42nd place with a 254 score.

Tulsa players posted four scores of 15 in the 70s, led by Majidizadeh’s second-round 73. All other scores were 82 or above.

No. 28 Houston claimed the team title by 10 strokes over second-place East Carolina. The Cougars carded a final round 290 and finished with a total score of 894. East Carolina’s Frida Gustafsson Spang won individual medalist honors with a 1-under 215 after turning in a 67 today.

Team Results
1.       Houston                   319-285-290=894
2.       East Carolina            309-301-294=904
3.       South Florida           311-298-301=910
4.       SMU                        311-302-301=914
5.       UCF                         311-309-298=918
6.       Memphis                 309-307-307=923
7.       Tulane                      321-305-303=929
8.       Cincinnati                 316-313-316=945
9.       Tulsa                        329-316-329=974
Tulsa Individuals
24.     Nadia Majidizadeh            86-73-78=237
T34.   Antonia Von Wnuck         82-76-84=242
39.     Alex Haun                         79-84-83=246
41.     Olivia Jackson                   85-83-85=253
T42.   Nicole Marquardt             83-87-84=254
Top-5 Individuals
1.    Frida Gustafsson Spang, ECU         71-77-67=215 (-1)
2.    Ashley Holder, UCF                       75-70-71=216 (E)
T3.  Nicole Autrique, USF                      74-73-72=219 (+3)
T3.  Jenny Haglund, SMU                      76-70-73=219 (+3)
T5.  Brigitte Dunne, SMU                      74-78-71=223 (+7)
T5.  Lisa Pettersson, ECU                      79-72-72=223 (+7)
T5.  Yuka Kajiki, Houston                      77-75-71=223 (+7)

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