Freshman Earns First Award of the Season


Addysyn Asmus

Hudson Woloss smiles holding her first ever collegiate medal. Woloss placed 5th overall at the Swedes Shootout in Kanas.

Addysyn Asmus, Contributing Writer

USAO’s women’s golf team played in the Swedes Shootout, a two-rounds tournament, at Turkey Creek (5760 yards, par 72) in McPherson, KS. The ladies shot 352 and 347 as a team for a total score of 699, which was one stroke away from third place. USAO was one of seven teams to battle to strong winds and low temperatures in Kansas.

Women’s golf earned their first piece of hardware for the season when freshman Hudson Woloss placed 5th individually in the tournament. Woloss shot 85 in round one and a lower round of 81 for a total of 166 (+22) overall. She was only four shots behind the leader.

“My best part of my game these last two days was my putting,” said Woloss, even though she said she hopes to see more improvements in the team’s last tournament of the season.

Freshman Moriah Shropshire placed 9th overall after shooting 87 and 85 respectively for a total of 172 (+28). Addysyn Asmus, another freshman, placed 13th overall with a round one score of 90 and a round two of 89 for a total of 179 (+35).

Alix Schueneman and the lone senior Allison Riddle has a close battle and ended with a one stroke difference. Schueneman shot 90 and 92 totaling 182 and earning a tied 14th place finish. Riddle shot 90 in the first round and followed it with a 93 to earn a 16th place finish.

Individually, Kiera Stehr shot 95 and 93 to earn a 21st place finish. Caitlyn Henson followed closely with a 22nd place finish. Henson shot 98 and 94 respectively to total 192 (+48). Hayley Forsbolm ended her second to last tournament of the season by shooting 102 and 95 to total 197 (+53) and earn a 25th place finish.

USAO’s women’s golf play their last tournament of the season next week. The ladies compete October 24th and 25th at the Thorntree Country Club in DeSoto, TX.


Addysyn Asmus is a first-year Communication major at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.