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Senior Anne-Catherine Tanguay clinched a top 10 finish at the PING/ASU Invitational
Sooners Tie for 11th in Arizona
April 06, 2014
 
   Top Five Teams 1 2 3 Total
1. South Carolina 288 280 285 853
T2. Arizona State 287 287 285 859
T2. Duke 290 284 285 859
T2. Washington 284 291 284 859
5. Arizona 288 288 292 868
   
 
   OU Players 1 2 3 Total
T6.  A. Tanguay 70 74 71 215
T20.  A. Kaui 75 78 73 226
T40.  C. Jao Javanil 79 76 72 227
T68.  E. Collins 72 76 79 227
T68.  K. Rohrback 79 77 78 234
   
  PING/ASU Invitational
Third-Round Results

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NORMAN, Okla. --The 10th-ranked University of Oklahoma women’s golf team finished Sunday’s third and final round of the elite 15-team PING/ASU Invitational tied for 11th place, jumping one spot from its second-day finish. The Sooners carded a 294 (+6) in the third round of the event, which was played at the 6,223-yard, par-72 ASU Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz.

OU, which began the day on hole 10, finished the tournament with a 54-hole 893 (+29). Seventh-ranked South Carolina won the event with an 853 (-11), while No. 3 Duke, No. 6 Arizona State and No. 11 Washington each shot an 859 (-5) to tie for second place.

Senior Anne-Catherine Tanguay, who led the Sooners throughout the weekend, shot a team-low 71 (-1) in the third round to finish the tournament at -1. She rebounded from double-bogeys on holes 16 and 18 by playing holes 1 through 9 at 3 under par. Tanguay recorded 46 par-or-better holes in the tournament and finished tied for 10th place out of 81 competitors.

OU’s Alexandra Kaui saved her best round of the tournament for last, carding a 73 (+1) on the day. The freshman recorded a 54-hole 226 (+10) en route to a 52nd-place tie.

Chirapat Jao-Javanil also played her best round on Sunday, logging an even-par 72. Fellow OU senior Emily Collins logged a day-three 79 (+7). The duo finished the tournament tied for 54th place at +11.

OU’s Kaitlyn Rohrback shot a 78 (+6) on Sunday and a 234 (+18) for the tournament. The senior finished tied for 69th place.

Sooners’ head coach Veronique Drouin-Luttrell said she was proud of how her squad finished the tournament.

“We played more relaxed today,” Drouin-Luttrell said. “We saw some great shots out there. AC (Tanguay) finished strong with a top-10 finish individually. We have a couple weeks to prepare before we head to the Big 12 Championship and we will be continuing to work hard toward our goals.” 

The PING/ASU Invitational marked OU’s last event of regular season play. The Sooners will return to the course April 25-27 for the Big 12 Championship in Austin, Texas.

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