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Alex Haun turned in the best round of the day for Tulsa with an even-par 72.
Alex Haun turned in the best round of the day for Tulsa with an even-par 72.
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Oct. 9, 2013

Las Cruces, NM - The Tulsa women golfers finished in 11th-place at the Price's Give `Em Five Intercollegiate on Wednesday. Tulsa carded a final round score of 298 to finish the 54-hole tournament with a 904 total at the par-72 New Mexico State University Golf Course.

Portland State overtook second-round leader UC Irvine for the team title with an even-par round of 288 to finish at three-over par 867. Irvine placed second with an 872 total and was followed by CSU Fullerton (881) and Nevada (885), while Idaho and Cincinnati tied for fifth-place with 887 totals.

Tulsa senior Kayla Riede led the Hurricane with a 23rd place performance as she finished with a seven-over par score of 223. Riede shot a round of 76 today. Tulsa's next finisher was sophomore Alex Haun, who turned in her best round of the tournament with an even-par 72 to finish in 37th place with a score of 227.

Junior Franziska Voellinger carded a final round score of 77 and finished with a 228 total for 43rd place. Senior Karson Bizzell moved up 12 spots into 56th place with a round of one-over par 73 today to finish at 232, while sophomore Antonia Von Wnuck placed 62nd overall with a score of 235 after Wednesday's score of 80.

Portland State's A Ram Choi remains in first-place overall with a three-under par score of 141 after turning in a one-over par 73 today.

Tulsa will be back in action next at the University of Texas's 40th Annual Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational, October 13-15, in Austin, Texas.

1.	Portland State	291-288-288=867
2.	UC Irvine	290-287-295=872
3.	CSU Fullerton	293-301-287=881
4.	Nevada	        293-291-301=885
T5.	Idaho	        304-287-296=887
T5.	Cincinnati	297-294-296=887
7.	Boise State	299-293-300=892
8.	Wyoming	        305-293-299=897
9.	North Texas	306-295-298=899
10.	New Mexico St.	298-302-302=902
11.	Tulsa	        301-305-298=904
12.	BYU	        304-305-298=907
13.	UTEP	        310-302-309=921
14.	Utah Valley	318-309-304=931



TOP-5 INDIVIDUALS 1. A Ram Choi, Portland State 68-73-67=208 (-8) T2. Riley Lemming, Portland State 75-68-71=214 (-2) T2. Olivia Does, Cincinnati 71-73-70=214 (-2) T2. McKenzie Ralston, North Texas 73-69-73=215 (-1) T2. Kaitlyn Oster, Idaho 70-72-73=215 (-1)

TULSA INDIVIDUALS T23. Kayla Riede 74-73-76=223 T37. Alex Haun 78-77-72=227 T43. Franziska Voellinger 73-78-77=228 56. Karson Bizzell 76-83-73=232 T62. Antonia Von Wnuck 78-77-80=235