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Despite First Round Struggles OU remains in hunt, OSU’s Broze holds solid at home

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Oklahoma struggled in the first round of the NCAA Women's Golf Championships at Karsten Creek in Stillwater on Friday.

The Sooners shot 19-over par, and are near the bottom of the field with some teams still on the course.

Valerie Tanguay was the best OU golfer, shooting a 75 to finish at 3-over par.

Julienne Soo shot a 76 for 4-over and Hannah Wood is 5-over par after a 77.

Oklahoma State's Emma Broze is competing as an individual, and shot 73 in the first round to finish at 1-over par, eight shots behind the individual leader, Jennifer Kupcho of Wake Forest, who shot 65 and is 7-under par, four ahead of the rest of the field.

The second round will be played Saturday.

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