UCO makes huge comeback to tie for first in San Antonio

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SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Feb. 17) – Logan Gray fired a final-round 73 to lead a final-round comeback that earned Central Oklahoma a share of the team title in the San Antonio Shootout here Tuesday.

The Bronchos trimmed 25 shots off Monday’s first-round score in closing with a tournament-best 305 to finish with a 635 total in the 36-hole tournament that was shortened from the scheduled 54-hole event by cold weather.

Midwestern State had a final-round 312 to share the championship with UCO, while Incarnate Word was 11 shots back in third.  Oklahoma Christian and Dallas Baptist tied for fourth in the 14-team tournament at 647. Oklahoma Christian’s Sam Johnston was a co-medalist with Derek Oland of Midwestern State.

Gray’s one-over-par round was the best of the day on San Antonio’s AT&T Oaks Course, which is home to the PGA Tour’s Valero Texas Open.

Russ Purser added a 75, while Wesley Jackson shot 78, Cody Troutman 79 and Eli Armstrong 80.  Alexander Hughes had an 86 and Gavin Mastell a 91 playing as individuals.

Purser tied for fourth in the medalist standings with a 154 total, with Gray coming in eighth at 157.

UCO doesn’t play again until going to Danville, Ark. March 9-10 for the Dave Falconer Invitational hosted by Arkansas Tech. 

 

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