W.Golf Tees Off in Mason Rudolph Championship (Coogs finish 10th, Harm 15th)

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Tatiana Pineda
Yuka Kajiki
Hannah Screen
Amanda Elich
Leonie Harm

Friday, Sept. 21 – 18 Holes
8:30 a.m. split-tee start
• Harm - 9:20 a.m. off No 1
• Elich - 9:30 a.m.
• Screen - 9:40 a.m.
• Kajiki - 9:50 a.m.
• Pineda - 10 a.m.

Saturday, Sept. 22 – 18 holes
8:30 a.m. split-tee start

Sunday, Sept. 23 – 18 holes
8:30 a.m. split-tee start|

Vanderbilt Legends Club
Franklin, Tenn.
6,430 yards par 72|

Pay close attention to UH Women’s Golf this season. They are becoming a highly competitive, nationally ranked program…

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Agreed. I think this is the year they break through and make the NCAAs as a team. This is a deep team that only lost Thothong (she’ll be tough to replace) and I believe Chadwell can get them there.

Of course, Harm could do great things on her own as well.

As a team, the Cougars posted a score of 292 to stand in eighth place. Host Vanderbilt posted the day’s low round with a 10-under-278 to stand one stroke ahead of Arizona State. Clemson (283 ), Auburn (284), Wake Forest (288), Louisville (289) and North Carolina (290) rounded out the top-seven leaders.


As a team, the Cougars were tied for 14th with Charlotte at +28. Host Vanderbilt held the team lead at -15, while Wake Forest stood in second at -4. Arizona State (+3), Auburn (+6) and Clemson (+15) rounded out the top-five leaders.

Making her collegiate debut this weekend, freshman Hannah Screen was tied for 41st at +7, while senior Yuka Kajiki was tied for 56th at +12. Senior Tatiana Pinedaand junior Amanda Elich were tied for 64th at +15.

The tournament was originally scheduled for 54 holes with 18 holes each day beginning Friday. With the threat of severe weather, coaches and tournament officials chose to play 36 holes Saturday, but wet weather halted play midway through the Final Round.

With more wet weather hitting the area Sunday morning, the rest of the Final Round was canceled and tournament scores reverted to the Second Round.

The Cougars finished 10th with a score of 595 on the 6,430-yard, par-72 course. Host Vanderbilt earned the team title with a score of 559 to finish 12 strokes ahead of Arizona State. Wake Forest (573), Clemson (583) and Auburn (583) rounded out the top-five leaders.