At least 10 Oklahoma golfers sign with D-I universities

At least 24 regular participants on the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour had signed letters-of-intent to play collegiate golf, including two at Oklahoma State, one at Oklahoma and two at the University of Tulsa.

OJGT Executive Director Morri Rose called it one of the best classes in Oklahoma history and said he expects more than 30 golfers to sign by the end of the week.
"I think for our population, Oklahoma is producing some of the best junior golf in the nation," Rose said. "We have six of the top 100 junior golfers in the nation."

Even though many of the universities have yet to release their signings list, Rose said he had confirmed with either the player or the player’s parents that the following signings have occurred and the list is accurate.

Oklahoma State added two golfers from powerhouse Edmond North as both Hayden Wood and Nick Heinen inked letters-of-intent. Both players committed to OSU as juniors under former coach Mike McGraw and kept their commitments through the coaching change to Alan Bratton.

Also on that same Edmond North team, Pierce Griffin signed with the University of Oklahoma and Sam Humphreys signed with the University of Tulsa.
Oklahoma State also signed Sam Stevens of Wichita, heir to a long line of golfing champions and a frequent competitor in Oklahoma in OJGT events.

Edmond, as usual, produced a bevy of talent, including three golfers from Edmond Memorial. Jacob Bishop signed with Wichita State, Trent Evans with Kansas State and Ty Tamura with Oklahoma Christian. Cody Troutman of Edmond Santa Fe signed with the University of Central Oklahoma and teammate Drew Ison with Drake.

Emma Allen of three-time defending Class 6A champion Tulsa Union is signing with Oklahoma City University to play golf on Saturday. Her teammate Marla Souvanassing is going to the University of Central Oklahoma.

Among Allen’s accolades: She is the second ranked senior in state, won the 2013 Oklahoma’s Best tournament on Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour, took fourth place in the Class 6A state tournament, finished second in Class 6A as a freshman and sophomore.

"We’re really happy to have Emma joining us. She’s one of the top high-school players in the state. I expect her to make an immediate impact on our team next fall." said OCU coach Marty McCauley.

Souvannasing won the Class 6A state tournament and was named the All-Metro Girls Golfer of the Year by the Tulsa World.
 
Below is a list of OJGT signees which will be updated.

2014 OJGT Signees

BOYS 

Auer, Nick    Wichita, KS    University of Missouri-Kansas City    NCAA DI Bishop, Jacob    Edmond,   Wichita State University    NCAA DI
Evans, Trent    Edmond,   Kansas State University    NCAA DI
Haight, Caleb    Wichita,   University of Nebraska-Omaha    NCAA DI
Heinen, Nick    Edmond,   Oklahoma State University    NCAA DI
Hughes, Alexander    Tulsa,    University of Central Oklahoma    NCAA DII
Humphreys, Sam    Edmond,  University of Tulsa    NCAA DI
Ison, Drew    Edmond,  Drake University    NCAA DI
Paul, Casey    Owasso,     University of Tulsa    NCAA DI
Pierce, Griffin    Edmond,    University of Oklahoma    NCAA DI
Stevens, Sam    Wichita,    Oklahoma State University    NCAA DI
Tamura, Ty    Edmond,     Oklahoma Christian University    NCAA DII
Troutman, Cody    Edmond,    University of Central Oklahoma    NCAA DII
Wood, Hayden    Edmond,   Oklahoma State University    NCAA DI

GIRLS
           
Allen, Emma    Broken Arrow,    Oklahoma City University    NAIA
Armon, Lexi    Owasso,    Northeastern Oklahoma State University    NCAA DII
Echevarria, Daniel, Broken Arrow (Casica Hall)  Washburn University, NCAA DII
Fisher, Talor    Shawnee,   Arizona Christian University    NAIA
Folsom, Emily, Edmond,  Southwestern Oklahoma State, DII
Ward, Hannah    Poteau,   University of Arkansas-Little Rock    NCAA DI
White, Emilee    Duncan,   Southern Nazarene University    NCAA DII
Wixson, Ariel    Tulsa,   Rogers State University    NCAA DII
Souvannasing, Marla    Tulsa,   University of Central Oklahoma    NCAA DII

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