Tulsa golf team opens spring with forgettable performance in Arizona Intercollegiate

Tucson, Arizona –– The Tulsa men’s golf team finished in last place, 97 strokes behind Texas, at the Arizona Intercollegiate. Tulsa registered seven rounds of 80 and above and six more between 76 and 79 in finishing 27 shots behind the two teams tied for 15th place at the par-71 Sewailo Golf Club.

Tulsa freshmen Marc Kepka and Jack Knoesel turned in tournament-best rounds of 74 on Saturday. Kepka finished in 57th place with a final score of 231, while Knoesel’s 54-hole total was 234 for 64th place.

Francisco Yanez finished in 72nd place with a 237 score, Matthew Marquez placed 77th with a score of 240, while Sam Humphreys’ score of 244 put him in 81st place. 

Texas captured the team title with a score of nine-under par 843, while the Longhorns’ Beau Hossler won individual medalist honors with a score of 11-under par 202. 

Tulsa will be in action next at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational, February 8-9, in San Antonio, Texas.
 
Team Results
1,       Texas                        284-282-277=843
2.       Washington              277-281-290=848
3.       California                  292-280-280=852
4.       New Mexico              290-286-280=856
5.       Washington State      294-301-289=884
6.       BYU                         297-296-293=886
7.       UTEP                       296-294-298=888
8.       Santa Clara                307-293-291=891
9.       Iowa State                 304-295-294=893
10.     Utah                         298-297-301=896
11.     New Mexico State     297-303-297=897
12.     Arizona                     292-311-300=903
13.     Denver                      316-297-295=907
14.     South Dakota State   312-302-297=911
T15.   Southern Illinois        309-296-308=913
T15.   CSU-Fullerton           305-306-302=913
17.     Tulsa                         318-319-303=940
 
Tulsa Individuals
T57.   Marc Kepka              76-81-74=231
T64.   Jack Knoesel             81-79-74=234
T72.   Francisco Yanez        80-78-79=237
T77.   Matthew Marquez     81-81-78=240
T81.   Sam Humphreys        86-81-77=244
 
Top-5 Individuals
1.    Beau Hossler, Texas                          65-70-67=202
2     Frank Garber, Washington                65-68-71=204
3.    Jonathan Sanders, Washington          69-69-67=205
4.    Collin Morikawa, California              71-70-68=209
5.    Andre Garcia, New Mexico                68-72-70=210
 
 

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