RiverHawks in eighth place in NSU Golf Classic

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – The Northeastern State men’s golf team sits in eighth place after Monday’s opening rounds of the 16th Annual NSU Golf Classic. The tournament is being contested on the par-71, 6,607-yard Hillcrest Country Club.

The event is the second MIAA-sanctioned tournament in 2014-15. The results from the event will be used to help determine the conference champion in April.

The RiverHawks, who are hosting the tournament, carded a 31-over 599.

Arkansas Tech is leading the field after shooting a 21-over 589. Fellow MIAA members Central Oklahoma and Central Missouri sit in a tie for second at 23-over par 591.

Senior Brad Hager leads the way for the RiverHawks. He shot a 4-over par 146 and sits in a tie for eighth place. Junior Brent Williamson and senior Zach Tucker are locked in a tie for 34th. They both finished Monday’s rounds at 10-over 152. Sophomore Marc Johnson carded an 11-over 153 to finish the day T-39. Sophomore Tyler Green shot 13-over par 155 and is locked in a tie for 51st. Senior Jonas Granel, playing as an individual, is tied for 58th after shooting 15-over par 157. Fellow senior Josh Strimple also played as an individual and finished tied for 67th while carding a 17-over 159.  

Groups will begin teeing off of both nines at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning for the final round.

16th Annual NSU Golf Classic – First Day Results

September 22, 2014 at Bartlesville, Okla.

(par-71, 6,607-yard Hillcrest Country Club )

 

Team Results

1.            Arkansas Tech                                                 295-294=589 (+21)

T2.          Central Missouri                                             292-299=591 (+23)

                Central Oklahoma                                          295-296=591 (+23)

4.            West Texas A&M                                           304-289=593 (+25)

5.            SW Oklahoma State                                      303-292=595 (+27)

T6.          SE Oklahoma State                                        298-298=596 (+28)

                Henderson State                                            295-301=596 (+28)

8.            Northeastern State                                       307-292=599 (+31)

9.            Harding                                                              306-300=606 (+38)

10.          Washburn                                                         304-305=609 (+41)

11.          Lindenwood                                                     302-310=612 (+44)

12.          Missouri Western State                              308-309=617 (+49)

13.          Missouri Southern State                             319-301=620 (+52)

14.          Nebraska-Kearney                                        311-313=624 (+56)

15.          Fort Hays State                                               321-308=629 (+61)

16.          East Central                                                      333-317=650 (+82)

T17.        Lincoln                                                                330-343=673 (+105)

                Southwest Baptist                                         338-335=673 (+105)

 

Top-5 Results

T1.          Oscar Spolander (West Texas A&M)      74-67=141 (-1)

                Travis Mays (Central Missouri)                 67-74=141 (-1)

                Austin Smith (Arkansas Tech)                   72-69=141 (-1)

4.            Alex Williamson (Harding)                          69-74=141 (+1)

5.            Wesley Jackson (Central Oklahoma)      70-74=144 (+2)

 

NSU Individuals

T8.          Brad Hager                                                        77-69=146 (+4)

T34.        Brent Williamson                                            75-77=152 (+10)

                Zach Tucker                                                      76-76=152 (+10)

T39.        Marc Johnson                                                  79-74=153 (+11)

T51.        Tyler Green                                                      82-73=155 (+13)

T58.        Josh Strimple*                                                78=79=157 (+15)

T67.        Jonas Granel*                                                 79-80=159 (+17)

 

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