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Tulsa Women Golfers Finish Ninth at Arizona Invitational

Freshman Suzie Fisher leads Hurricane with 19th-place finish.
Freshman Suzie Fisher leads Hurricane with 19th-place finish.
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Feb. 21, 2001

Tucson, Ariz. - The University of Tulsa women's golf team finished in ninth place at the 16-team Arizona Invitational on Wednesday. The Hurricane carded rounds of 311-300-303 for a 54-hole total of 914 at the Raven at Sabino Springs in Tucson, Arizona.

Individually, freshman Suzie Fisher shot a one-over par 73 to go along with a first round 80 and an even-par 72 on Tuesday to finish with a nine-over par 225 score. She finished in 19th place, which marked the third time in six tournaments this season that she has at least tied for Tulsa's top finish.

Junior All-American Stacy Prammanasudh fired a final round 74 and tied with teammate Maiko Senda for 31st place. Prammanasudh's performance marked just the second time in 28 career tournaments that she has not finished among the top-20. She opened with a first round 74 before carding an 81 in the second round. Senda scored rounds of 79-71-79 for her 229 total.

Rounding out the Hurricane scores were freshman Julie Tvede, who carded rounds of 78-77-77 for a 47th-place total of 232, and junior Dani Mallon's rounds of 82-80-79 for a three-round total of 241, which placed her in 69th overall.

Host Arizona maintained its' lead from the first day with rounds of 293-290-292 for an 875 total. Stanford finished in second-place with an 883 total, while Duke, Southern California and New Mexico State rounded out the top-five. Arizona's Lorena Ochoa and Duke's Candy Hanneman tied for the individual lead with three-under par scores of 213, but Ochoa captured medalist honors in a playoff.

The Hurricane is in action next March 5-7 at the San Jose State Spartan Invitational.