WICHITA FALLS, Texas – Zach James continued his dominating efforts as he highlighted Southeastern’s trip to the Midwestern State Invitational with a third place individual finish, helping the team to a seventh-place finish overall in Wichita Falls, Texas.
James finished the tournament at 1-under par and was one of just three players to finish in the minus for the tournament. He opened the week with a 71 and followed up with a 67 and a 74 to card a three-round effort of 212. James led all golfers in birdies with 14 for the tournament and was named the Great American Conference Golfer of the Week for his efforts.
Jordan Holifield played the event as an individual and turned in a top-10 finish by carding rounds of 76, 68 and 71 to post a 215 and finish tied for seventh. He was also second in birdies for the event with 13. Hayden Foster was just shy of a top-10 and finished tied for 13th after posting rounds of 74, 72 and 70 to tally a 216 for the event. Sam Berry turned in a pair of matching 75 round and added a 71 on the final day to put up a 221 and finish tied for 29th.
The Savage Storm finished with team rounds of 295, 292, and 294 to post an 881 and finish tied for seventh with West Texas A&M, while host Midwestern State won the event with an 854.
The only other Great American Conference competition in the tournament was Oklahoma Baptist which was 12th with an 896.