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Wisconsin finishes in 10th place at Dallas Athletic Club Invitational

<b>Kimberly Dinh earned her second top-20 finish of the season to lead the Badgers.</b>

Kimberly Dinh earned her second top-20 finish of the season to lead the Badgers.

April 7, 2013

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DALLAS -- The University of Wisconsin women's golf team concluded play in Dallas on Sunday finishing in 10th place at the 54-hole Dallas Athletic Club Invitational.

Kimberly Dinh finished in a tie for 16th place individually, but the Badgers carded their highest score of the weekend (320) and finished with an 85-over par 316-313-320=949.

Oklahoma State held its lead over the final 18 holes to capture the team title with its 32-over par 305-395-296=896, while Oklahoma finished runner-up at 37-over par 295-310-296=901. Ohio State rounded out the top three after shooting a 42-over par 299-307-300=906.

Julie Yang of Oklahoma State collected the individual hardware, distancing herself from all other golfters atop the leaderboard and winning by seven strokes with a 6-under par 70-68-72=210. The nation's No. 15 golfer, Chirapat Jao-Javanil, of Oklahoma finished runner-up with a 1-over par 69-77-71=217.

Topping all Badger scorers was Dinh, as the sophomore from Midland, Mich., earned her second top-20 finish of the season after shooting a 14-over par 75-80-75=230. It was a bounce-back finish for Dinh, who finished in a tie for 63rd place last weekend at the Briar's Creek Invitational. Dinh won the individual title in the BYU at Entrada Classic (March 18-19) earlier this spring.

Kris Yoo finished in 32nd place with a 20-over par 79-75-82=236, while Lindsay Danielson (83-79-80) and Alexis Nelson (80-79-83) both tied for 44th place with 26-over par totals. Also competing for Wisconsin was Aaren Ziegler, who finished in 61st place with a 34-over par 82-80-88=250.

Concluding its third straight weekend of tournament golf, Wisconsin will have an off week in scheduling before it returns to the links, March 20-21, at the Lady Buckeye Invitational in Columbus, Ohio.


T16 Kimberly Dinh 75-80-75=230, +14

32 Kris Yoo 79-75-82=236, +20

T44 Lindsay Danielson 83-79-80=242, +26

T44 Alexis Nelson 80-79-83=242, +26

61 Aaren Ziegler 82-80-88=250, +34


1 Oklahoma State 305-395-296=896, +32

2 Oklahoma 295-310-296=901, +37

3 Ohio State 299-307-300=906, +42

4 Denver 296-308-307=911, +47

5 UTSA 304-308-311=923, +59

6 SMU 305-315-304=924, +60

7 Kansas State 294-319-314=927, +63

8 Notre Dame 319-309-307=935, +71

9 Louisville 318-318-309=945, +81

10 Wisconsin 316-313-320=949, +85

11 Oregon State 313-334-328=975, +111

12 North Texas 321-330-326=977, +113

13 Nebraska 334-331-317=982, +118

14 Missouri State 337-330-325=992, +128

15 Marshall 343-334-351=1027, +163

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