NSU’s Williamson wins Missouri Western Classic, UCO, NSU finish 2-3

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EDMOND (Oct. 13) – Eric Kline fired a three-under-par 68 to pace Central Oklahoma on the final day of the Missouri Western/Holiday Inn Express Classic here Tuesday.

The Bronchos shot a one-over 285, but ended up second in the team standings behind league rival Central Missouri.  The Mules closed with a 279 to finish the two-day, 54-hole tournament at 871, three shots ahead of UCO.
Northeastern State was third in the 20-team tourney at 883, followed by Winona State (885) and Southwestern Oklahoma (889).
Eli Armstrong backed up Kline’s 68 with an even-par 71, while the Bronchos also got a 72 from Russ Purser, a 74 from Cody Troutman and an 80 from Gavin Mastell.
Purser ended up tied for fifth in the individual standings with a 218 total, while Troutman tied for ninth at 219.

Northeastern State shot 287 in Tuesday’s final round to jump three spots from their overnight position into third at 31-over-par 883 (296-300-287).

The tournament is the second MIAA-sanctioned event in 2015-16. The results from the final standings will be used to help determine the conference champion in April.

Senior Brent Williamson recorded the first tournament victory of his career after he fired a 2-under 69 in the final round to finish at 3-under 210 (71-70-69). Michael Schmitz of Winona State placed second at 2-under 211 (69-70-72), and they were the only two competitors to finish under par.

Williamson shot 2-under on the par-3’s for the tournament and was the only player in the field at even par or better. He also led the field in par-4 scoring at 4-under.

True freshman Garrett McDaniel tied for 12th at 7-over 220 (73-76-71), while junior Tate Williamson tied for 16th at 9-over 222 (72-79-71). Junior Marc Johnson landed in a tie for 58th at 20-over 233 (82-75-76), while redshirt freshman Justin Allenback shot 27-over 240 (80-84-76) to tie for 76th.

Northeastern State will be back in action Oct. 19-20 when the team travels to Wichita Falls, Texas, to compete in the Midwestern State Invitational.


October 13, 2015 at Country Club, Mo.
(par-71, 6,582-yard St. Joseph Country Club)

Team Standings

1.        #7 Central Missouri                          297-295-279=871 (+19)

2.        #14 Central Oklahoma                     294-295-285=874 (+22)

3.       Northeastern State                         296-300-287=883 (+31)

4.        Winona State                                     291-299-295=885 (+33)

5.        (RV) SW Oklahoma State                  300-299-290=889 (+37)

6.        (RV) Arkansas Tech                          294-297-303=893 (+41)

7.        (RV) Henderson State                      301-302-298=901 (+49)

8.        Washburn                                          304-294-305=903 (+51)

9.        Lindenwood                                      297-296-313=906 (+54)

10.     Missouri Southern State                   308-296-303=907 (+55)

11.     Minnesota State                                 304-301-306=911 (+59)

12.     Missouri Western State                    299-314-301=914 (+62)

T13.   Nebraska-Kearney                            306-303-306=915 (+63)

           Augustana                                          314-300-301=915 (+63)

15.     Harding                                              305-304-311=920 (+68)

16.     Concordia-St. Paul                             308-320-314=942 (+90)

17.     Upper Iowa                                        318-315-319=952 (+100)

18.     Fort Hays State                                  325-310-323=958 (+106)

19.     Southwest Baptist                             314-330-315=959 (+107)

20.     Lincoln                                               327-338-322=987 (+135)


Top-5 Standings

1.       Brent Williamson (Northeastern State) 71-70-69=210 (-3)

2.        Michael Schmitz (Winona State)                  69-70-72=211 (-2)

3.        Travis Mays (Central Missouri)                   74-72-67=213 (E)

4.        Ryan Hand (Missouri Southern State)        70-74-73=217 (+4)

T5.     Russ Purser (Central Oklahoma)                72-74-72=218 (+5)

           Alex Springer (Central Missouri)                70-74-74=218 (+5)

           Bryce Burke (Arkansas Tech)                     70-73-75=218 (+5)

           Teddy Jones (Central Missouri)                  75-75-68=218 (+5)



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