Note: Sunday’s final round of play was washed out. All results below are final.
Ardmore, Okla. – Oklahoma Stateâ€™s menâ€™s golf team posted a pair of 277s on Saturday at The Maxwell to tie for third place at Dornick Hills Golf and Country Club.
The Cowboysâ€™ 6-under total of 554 tied them with New Mexico at the par-70, 6,586-yard layout. Baylor finished in second at 8-under 552, while Texas carded a 270 during its second round to move to the top of the leaderboard at 547.
UTâ€™s Gavin Hall posted rounds of 66 and 68 to shoot 6-under 134 and win the individual race by two shots.
Competing individually, OSU sophomore Stratton Nolen fired a 66 during his morning round before carding a 71 during afternoon play to stand at 137 and tied for fourth place.
Kristoffer Ventura posted rounds of 68 and 70 to lead the Cowboy starting five. The sophomoreâ€™s 138 total tied him for seventh place.
Junior Wyndham Clark came in a stroke back at 139 with scores of 68 and 71 and tied for 12th place.
Senior Jordan Niebrugge posted a pair of 70s to stand at even-par 140 and tied for 16th place, while sophomore Brendon Jelley followed an opening 74 with a 66 to move into a tie for 16th place at 140.
Freshman Zach Bauchou came in tied for 49th at 146 with rounds of 71 and 75.
In addition to Nolen, four other Cowboys are competing in the event individually.
Redshirt freshman Hayden Wood finished the day tied for 16th place at 140 with scores of 72 and 68.
Junior Zachary Olsen signed for rounds of 69 and 72 for a 141 total, tying him for 22nd place.
Sophomore Sam Stevensâ€™ 142 total included scores of 72 and 70 and knotted him for 26th place.
Redshirt freshman Nick Heinen carded rounds of 70 and 73 for a 143 total to finish in a tie for 28th place.
No. 20 Oklahoma finished in sixth place. The Sooners fired a 280 (E) in the first round and a 283 (+3) in the second to total a 563 (+3) Saturday.
Junior Max McGreevy led OU at 3-under 137 and tied for fourth individually. The Edmond native recorded a 66 (-4) on the first 18 holes, tying for the best of the round and pocketing three birdies and an eagle. McGreevy carded two more birdies in the second round and totaled a 71 (+1).
Sophomore Grant Hirschman tied for 22nd with a 141. Opening the tournament with a birdie, Hirschman fired a 70 in the first round and a 71 in the second.
Freshman Blaine Hale shot 143 after rounds of 73-70. One stroke behind Hale was classmate Brad Dalke, 37th after rounds of 73-71. Senior Luke Kwon shot 71-74.
Senior Beau Titsworth, sophomore Rylee Reinertson and freshman Aaron Terrazas all competed as individuals and are unattached from team scoring. Titsworth tied for 52nd with a 147 (76-71). Reinertson and Terrazas tied for 62nd at 149.
Tulsa finished in 11th place. Freshman Jack Knoesel turned in rounds of 70 and 75 for a 44th place total of 145, while red-shirt freshman Sam Humphreys was two strokes back with a 147 total after rounds of 76 and 71. Junior Matthew Marquez had the best round of the day for Tulsa with a second round 69 total to finish at 148 for the day and in 57th place.
Francisco Yanez finished in 65th place with a 151 total, while Marc Kepka placed 72nd with a 158 total score.
1. Texas 277-270=547
2. Baylor 276-276=552
T3. New Mexico 278-276=554
T3. Oklahoma State 277-277=554
5. Memphis 278-279=557
6. Oklahoma 280-283=563
7. Houston 288-286=574
8. Augusta College 291-285=576
9. East Carolina 292-288=580
10. Colorado 293-294=587
11. Tulsa 303-288=591
T44. Jack Knoesel 70-75=145
T52. Sam Humphreys 79-71=147
T57. Matthew Marquez 79-69=148
65. Francisco Yanez 78-73=151
T72. Marc Kepka 81-77=158
1. Gavin Hall, Texas 66-68=134 (-6)
T2. Lars van Mejel, Memphis 67-69=136 (-4)
T2. Hunter Shattuck, Baylor 68-68=136 (-4)
T4. Max McGreevy, Oklahoma 66-71=137 (-3)
T4. Jeremy Paul, Colorado 68-69=137 (-3)
T4. Stratton Nolen, Oklahoma St. 66-71=137 (-3)