College roundup: Weather impacts area schools in tournament action

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DALLAS (Oct. 8, 2018) – Through almost two full rounds, No. 21-ranked Oklahoma Christian stood sixth after a long day of golf Monday in the Dallas Baptist Women’s Fall Classic at The Golf Club of Dallas.

Golfers had to wait out a lightning delay of two hours, 15 minutes and six of the 15 teams – including OC – weren’t able to complete the second round. Those teams will finish the round at 8 a.m. Tuesday before the start of the third round, weather permitting.

According to the National Weather Service, the forecast for the Dallas area for Tuesday calls for showers and thunderstorms – some severe – mainly after 7 a.m.

In a field that included five teams ranked in the Women’s Golf Coaches Association’s NCAA Division Ii rankings, OC was fourth after the opening round after posting a team score of 302 (14-over-par).

But the Lady Eagles struggled in the second round and lost ground. OC was at 17-over for the round when play ended and at 31-over for the tournament. That put them in a tie for sixth place with Henderson State (Ark.).

No. 2 Dallas Baptist led the tournament with a two-round score of 569 (7-under), eight shots ahead of No. 10 Arkansas Tech and 10 ahead of No. 13 St. Mary’s (Texas). OC was within striking distance of Texas A&M-Commerce (23-over) and No. 15 St. Edward’s (Texas) (29-over).

Three OC players did finish both rounds. Senior Kate Goodwin (76-74) and junior Abigail Rigsby (70-80) were tied for 18th in the 83-woman field at 150 and sophomore Shaley Goad (84-79) was tied for 57th at 163.

Rigsby’s 2-under 70 in the first round matched her best round of the fall season. In the second round, Goodwin – the Heartland Conference player of the week the last two weeks – had an eagle on the par-5 No. 18.

Freshman Alexandria Bennett was 22nd at 7-over, shooting a 3-over 75 in the opening round on the 6,020-yard course and standing at 4-over through 15 holes of the second round. Senior Elizabeth Freeman started with an 81 and also was at 4-over through 15 holes in the second round.

Regina Gonzalez of St. Mary’s led the individual race at 138 (6-under), one shot ahead of Ann Parmerter of Dallas Baptist.

NSU, SWOSU tied for fourth in Holiday Inn Classic

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – A trifecta of RiverHawks fired off a 72 in the opening round of the Holiday Inn Express Classic on Monday afternoon.  The steady scores placed Northeastern State tied for fourth on the leader board carding a 290 on a wet St. Joseph County Club.

Rain on Sunday dropped nearly two inches of water and delayed teams from playing until midday.  A handful of teams did enter into the second round of play before play was stopped due to darkness.

Carlos GomezJax Johnson, and Griffen Matthias are all tied for 14th carding a 72. Grant Hynes is two shots back tied for 34th, and Tyler Ashman is tied for 41st after shooting a 75.

Washburn is on top of the 18-team leader board by three shots after carding a 284.   Henderson State and Missouri Western are tied for second with 287s, while Southwestern Oklahoma is tied with the RiverHawks for fourth.

Missouri Western’s Lucas Horseman is the medalist leader after he fired a 67, and holds a two-stroke lead.

Teams will return to action on Tuesday for a 9 a.m. shotgun start to resume round two.  Weather and course conditions permitting, there will be a third round on Tuesday afternoon.
Holdiay Inn Express Classic

St. Joseph Country Club

St. Joseph, MO

Pos. Team/Player (seed) Rd 1 Total

1 Washburn 284 284

T2 Blake Allen (1) 69 69

T2 Ian Trebilcock (3) 69 69

T6 Andrew Beckler (5) 70 70

T54 Jared Burns (2) 76 76

T54 Griffin Mott (4) 76 76

T2 Henderson State 287 287

T6 Mitchell Ford (2) 70 70

T14 Cameron McRae (3) 72 72

T14 Trey DePriest (4) 72 72

T25 Kevin Boutier (5) 73 73

T54 Nick Shapiro (1) 76 76

T2 Missouri Western State 287 287

1 Lucas Horseman (4) 67 67

T9 Tom Buffington (3) 71 71

T14 Patrick McCarthy (1) 72 72

T65 Jett Simmons (5) 77 77

T79 Axel Johansson (2) 79 79

T4 Northeastern State 290 290

T14 Jax Johnson (1) 72 72

T14 Carlos Gomez (2) 72 72

T14 Griffin Matthias (4) 72 72

T34 Grant Hynes (5) 74 74

T41 Tyler Ashman (3) 75 75

T4 Southwestern Ok. St. 290 290

T6 Gregor Weck (2) 70 70

T9 Kason Cook (3) 71 71

T34 Heston Brown (4) 74 74

T41 Gustavo Tineo (1) 75 75

T72 Ole Hatlelid (5) 78 78

6 Southern Arkansas 292 292

T9 Neriah Brown (5) 71 71

T14 Rman Timmerman (2) 72 72

T14 Calum Graham (4) 72 72

T65 Kevin Elder (3) 77 77

T72 Kade Johnson (1) 78 78

T7 Central Missouri 293 293

T9 John Bonaobra (2) 71 71

T25 Matt Hoemann (4) 73 73

T34 Cole Dillon (1) 74 74

T41 Sam Parrott (3) 75 75

T54 Nick Westrich (5) 76 76

T7 Winona State Univ. 293 293

T2 Michael Schmitz (3) 69 69

T34 Brady Madsen (1) 74 74

T34 Tyler Beeck (2) 74 74

T54 Dylan Brown (4) 76 76

T86 Levi Hauser (5) 81 81

T9 Oklahoma Baptist 296 296

T14 Payton Posada (2) 72 72

T34 Davis Farnell (1) 74 74

T34 Dakota Clark (4) 74 74

T54 Hudson Hoover (3) 76 76

T72 Josh Grounds (5) 78 78

T9 SE Oklahoma State 296 296

T2 Zach James (1) 69 69

T25 Hayden Foster (2) 73 73

T54 Ryan Ward (3) 76 76

T72 Jordan Holifield (4) 78 78

T90 Bryce Hughes (5) 82 82

11 Bemidji State 297 297

T9 Ian Mackenzie-Olson (1) 71 71

T25 Cody Cook (3) 73 73

T54 Chris Swenson (4) 76 76

T65 Brandon Nelson (2) 77 77

T79 Brennan Hockman (5) 79 79

12 Harding University 298 298

T25 Hyun Je Lee (3) 73 73

T41 Trevor Mellott (1) 75 75

T41 Ryan Camras (2) 75 75

T41 Caleb Nichols (4) 75 75

T41 Jake Croshaw (5) 75 75

13 Upper Iowa 300 300

T14 Chris Cooksley (1) 72 72

T25 Logan Schweinefus (2) 73 73

T65 Joseph Lensing (5) 77 77

T72 Hunter Schulte (3) 78 78

T97 Jordan Hubbs (4) 88 88

14 Concordia – St. Paul 302 302

T14 Taylor Zack (1) 72 72

T41 Carson Wooters (2) 75 75

T41 Thomas Huetll (3) 75 75

T82 Reece Armistead (4) 80 80

T97 Nick Navarro (5) 88 88

15 Minnesota State Mankato 305 305

T25 Matt Bennett (2) 73 73

T41 JJ Svac (1) 75 75

T65 Max Thrune (5) 77 77

T82 Bryce Thompson (4) 80 80

T94 Lukas Bigger (3) 85 85

16 Augustana University SD 309 309

T41 Cole Crawford (5) 75 75

T54 Sam Sutcliffe (1) 76 76

T65 Jacob Lee (2) 77 77

T86 Alex Stanz (3) 81 81

T94 Carter Kranz (4) 85 85

17 St. Cloud State 313 313

T41 Troy Ryynanen (2) 75 75

T54 Alex Schwab (4) 76 76

T86 Riley Duncanson (1) 81 81

T86 Regan Steen (3) 81 81

T94 Austin Janski (5) 85 85

18 Minnesota – Crookston 319 319

T54 Connor Humble (1) 76 76

T72 Ben Koisti (2) 78 78

T90 Ben Trostad (3) 82 82

T92 Ethan Johnson (4) 83 83

Individuals

Pos. Player (Team) Rd 1 Total

T25 Cole Roberts (Missouri Western State) 73 73

T25 Ethan Kraus (Minnesota State Mankato) 73 73

T41 Ian Barnes (Central Missouri) 75 75

T65 Nathan Roy (Washburn ) 77 77

T72 Conner Kauffman (Southwestern Ok. St.) 78 78

T79 Ben Jasper (Winona State Univ.) 79 79

T82 Jake Mikesch (Missouri Western State) 80 80

T82 Mitch Rice (St. Cloud State ) 80 80

T92 Quinn Massey (St. Cloud State ) 83 83

T97 Matthew Jowers (Southwest Baptist) 88 88

 

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