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Tulsa Women in 18th Place at Betsy Rawls Longhorn Golf Invitational

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Oct. 14, 2013

Austin, Texas - The Tulsa women's golf team shot a round of 312 on the second day of the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational and after 36 holes sits in 18th place with a score of 625. UCLA moved into first place with a score of 13-under par 563 at the par-72 course.

Tulsa sophomore Antonia Von Wnuck had the best round of the day for the Hurricane with her second straight day of five-over par 77 for a 154 total and 67th place. Senior Kayla Riede is two strokes behind at 156 for 79th place after turning in a score of 78 today.

Senior Karson Bizzell is in 83rd place at 157, followed by sophomore Alex Haun in 84th place at 158 and freshman Valeria Otoya in 95th place with a score of 169

UCLA has a three-stroke lead over Arizona State (566) and five strokes over third-place Miami (568), while Iowa State (573) and Mississippi State (575) round out the top-5 teams.

UCLA's Alison Lee and Mississippi State's Jessica Peng are tied for first place with seven-under par scores of 137..

Final round action takes place on Tuesday.

Team Results
1.	UCLA			281-282=563
2.	Arizona State		283-283=566
3.	Miami			276-292=568
4.	Iowa State		291-282=573
5.	Mississippi State	284-291=575
6.	SMU			284-296=580
7.	Denver			289-293=582
8.	Tulane			288-295=583
T9.	San Diego State	        290-297=587
T9.	UNLV			291-296=587
T11.	TCU			291-304=595
T11.	UTSA			292-303=595
13.	Princeton		301-298=599
14.	New Mexico		299-301=600
15.	Texas			299-302=601
16.	Furman		        303-301=604
17.	Tennessee		299-308=607
18.	Tulsa			313-312=625

Individual Results T1. Alison Lee, UCLA 69-68=137 (-7) T1. Jessica Peng, Miss. State 67-70=137 (-7) 3. Cajsa Persson, Iowa State 69-69=138 (-6) 4. Dani Darquea, Miami 67-72=139 (-5) T5. Jenny Haglund, SMU 70-70=140 (-4) T5. Sirene Blair, San Diego St. 70-70=140 (-4) T5. Dani Ordonez, Arizona St. 70-70=140 (-4) T5. Dana Finkelstein, UNLV 71-69=140 (-4)

Tulsa Individuals T67. Antonia Von Wnuck 77-77=154 T79. Kayla Riede 78-78=156 83. Karson Bizzell 80-77=157 T84. Alex Haun 78-80=158 95. Valeria Otoya 82-87=169