Michaela Fletcher finishes fifth.
Fletcher tied for third through two rounds.
Fletcher and Cabush in top 10 following first round.
Fletcher finishes tied for 32nd.
Third round teeing off at 9 a.m., Sunday.
Final round of the 2015 American Athletic Conference women's golf championship.
Memphis Women's Golf Intercollegiate - Ridgeway Country Club - September 9, 2014. Photos by Joe Murphy
Pictures from the Lady Tigers' home tournament, the FedEx Memphis Women's Intercollegiate at Ridgeway Country Club.
Spring 2014: Qualified for two spring events ... Started her spring with a season-best 237 at the UC Spring Invitational (80-80-79) to finished tied for 44th overall ... Followed that up with a 26th place finish at the American Athletic Conference tournament, where she scored a 78-86-80 to post a 244 for the 54-hole championship ... Named to the American Athletic Conference all-academic team for posting a GPA of 3.0 or higher during her junior season.
Played in two events during the fall campaign ... Made her season debut as an individual at the FedEx Memphis Women's Intercollegiate, shooting a 241 (78-83-80) and finishing tied for 40th ... Posted a 240 (81-84-75) at the Cardinal Cup and finished 54th.
Competed in five tournaments ... Finished tied for 6th at the Lady Eagle Invitational after shooting a 77 in the rain-shortened event.
Played in four events and posted two top-35 finishes ... Carded an 83-75-80 - 238 at the FedEx Memphis Intercollegiate, finishing tied for 26th ... Shot a 79-76-77 - 232, her best score of the season, at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational, finishing tied for 33rd.
Did not compete as the result of a wrist injury.
Competed in three events, one as an individual and two as a team member ... Played as an individual in her collegiate debut, carding a one-round mark of 39-40--79 to finish tied for 17th with teammate Ashley Kees at the rain-shortened Chris Banister Golf Classic ... Qualified for her first team appearance at the 2011 Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup ... Shot a 36-hole mark of 79-81--160 to tie for 57th place at the annual Louisville event ... Concluded the season with rounds of 80-80-81--241 to finish tied for 41st place at the Memphis Women's Invitational.
A standout dual-sport athlete at Ravenwood High School ... Earned varsity letters in both golf (four years) and basketball (two years) with the Raptors ... Played golf for Coach Daniel Hollandsworth ... Averaged a nine-hole score of 38.5 and an 18-hole score of 76.2 as a senior ... Led Ravenwood to TSSAA 3A state runner-up finishes her junior and senior seasons ... Paced the Raptors to four regional and three district golf titles ... Finished her prep career having lost only one match.
Daughter of Ronald and Stacy Turk ... Born July 29 in Mandeville, La. ... Goes by the nickname "Nat" ... One of only two 2011 USGA-ASGA Presidents' Leadership Award national recipients ... Involved in numerous clubs and extracurricular activities in high school, including Mu Alpha Theta, Young Life, National Honor Society, Habitat for Humanity and Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Garnered Student-Athlete of the Month honors in August of 2011, and Ravenwood High School Good Citizen Awards in 2009 and 2010 ... Named to the Principal's List each quarter of high school ... Completed her high school academic career with a 4.16 GPA ... Major is Health & Human Performance.