With four 69s, TU rolls into second in Las Vegas Collegiate, ORU 12th

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The Tulsa women’s golf team had four players card 3-under par rounds Monday in second round action at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown.

The TU foursome of freshmen Lorena Tseng and ShaeLee Scarberry, sophomore Taylor Dobson and senior Johanna Samuelsson each turned in rounds of 69 for a team tournament-best round of 12-under par 276. Tulsa sits in second place with a 36-hole total of 16-under par 560, just two strokes behind leader Oregon State’s 558 total score.

Tseng moved into second place with a 6-under par score of 138 at the par-72 Boulder Creek Golf Club, while senior Olivia Jackson, who carded a 1-under par 73 today, is in a fourth-place tie heading into Tuesday’s final 18 holes.

Dobson is in 20th place at 1-under par 143, while Samuelsson sits one stroke back at even-par 144 for 23rd place overall. Scarberry moved up more than 30 spots into 40th place with her 3-under par score Monday for a 3-over par 147 total score.

Tseng had birdies on par-4 holes 6, 9 and 11 and played even-par the rest of the way, while Dobson and Samuelsson each also birdied three holes and played even on their remaining 15 holes. Scarberry’s round of 69 came with one bogey on the par-4 7th hole, while knocking in birdie putts on holes 2, 9, 12 and 13.

The final 18 holes will be played on Tuesday.

The Oral Roberts women’s golf team fired a second round 292 and moved up two spots, Monday, as play continued at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown. ORU is now in 12th place at 589 (297-292) entering the final round, while Oregon State continues to lead the way at 558 (280-278).

ORU’s 292 matches the first round score from the N.M. State Aggie Invitational as the best round of the year.

Sarah Bell and Isabella Caamal each posted their best rounds of the season. Bell shot 70 while Caamal finished under par for the first time this season with a 71.

The duo marked the first time this season in which multiple Golden Eagles have been under par in the same round.

Bell has now finished under par in four of the last five rounds.

Team Results

  1. Oregon State                 280-278=558
  2. Tulsa                           284-276=560
  3. Augusta                       286-279=565
  4. Long Beach State           284-285=569
  5. Idaho                           286-284=570
  6. Colorado State               291-285=576
  7. UNLV                         290-290=580
  8. Fresno State                  291-292=583

T9.     Nevada                        292-292=584

T9.     Nebraska                      290-294=584

  1. San Francisco                288-300=588
  2. Oral Roberts                 297-292=589
  3. UC Riverside                296-294=590
  4. Northern Arizona           296-295=591
  5. Portland State                299-296=595
  6. Minnesota                    299-297=596
  7. UC Irvine                     305-295=600


Tulsa Individuals

T2.     Lorena Tseng                69-69=138 (-6)

T4.     Olivia Jackson               66-73=139 (-5)

T20.   Taylor Dobson              74-69=143 (-1)

T23.   Johanna Samuelsson       75-69=144 (E)

T40.   ShaeLee Scarberry         78-69=147 (+3)


ORU Individual Results
T11 – Sarah Bell – 71-70—141
T51 – Isabella Caamal – 77-71—148
T55 – Beatriz Garcia – 74-75—149
T75 – Megan Lee – 75-79—154
T78 – Rebecca Hnidka – 79-76—155


Top-5 Individuals

  1. Ellie Slama, Oregon State                     67-68=135 (-9)

T2.    Lorena Tseng, Tulsa                          69-69=138 (-6)

T2.     Maggie Ashmore, Augusta                   67-71=138 (-6)

T4.    Olivia Jackson, Tulsa                         66-73=139 (-5)

T4.     Cecilia Diez-Moliner, Augusta              71-68=139 (-5)

T4.     Kate Smith, Nebraska                          71-68=139 (-5)

T4.     Brigitte Thibault, Fresno State               69-70=139 (-5)


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