SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. –– University of Tulsa junior golfer Lorena Tseng will tee it up Thursday at the 2021 U.S Women’s Open Championship as one of 22 amateurs in a field of 89 golfers. The 76thU.S. Open is being played at The Olympic Club (Lake Course) in San Francisco, Calif.
The University of Tulsa is also represented at the U.S. Open by former Golden Hurricane golfer Lee-Anne Pace, from South Africa. Pace played at Tulsa from 2003-05 graduated with a degree in psychology. She transferred from Murray State for her final two seasons and in her collegiate career won nine events and placed among the top-10 in 18 tournaments.
Tseng tees off at 7:33 a.m. (PT) and Pace has an afternoon tee time of 1:07 p.m. (PT).
Tseng qualified for the Open in early May on the Members Course at the Golf Club of Houston with a 5-under par 139 score for a three-stroke victory
A two-time all-conference performer, Tseng led Tulsa to the American Athletic Conference Championship in April with a second-place individual performance. As a collegian, Tseng has 17 top-10 finishes in 25 career tournaments while placing among the top-5 in 11 events. Tseng finished among the top-15 in all six collegiate tournaments this year.