Lane Wallace wins, ORU second in Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate

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SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. – Oral Roberts men’s golfer Lane Wallace was victorious Tuesday as the individual co-champion of the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate as three Golden Eagles finished top 10 and the team finished second in Sevierville, Tennessee. Wallace is a transfer from the University of Oklahoma.

Due to weather in the eastern Tennessee area Sunday, the tournament was changed to a two-round 36-hole competition. After finishing day one with a 277 (-11) score the Golden Eagles sat in second place headed into the final round. ORU shot a 282 (-6) in the final round to finish with a 559 (-17) scorecard to place second overall. Combined, the Golden Eagles shot 39 birdies in the two rounds played.

Wallace shot a 66 (-6) on day one and a 69 (-3) to finish with a 136 (-9) score to claim the individual co-championship. Wallace tied with Elliot MacGregor from Carson-Newman. He had 10 birdies in his two rounds of a play with a two-stroke birdie on No. 7 in round one.

Dustin Hasley had a 67 (-5) in round one and 69 (-3) in round two to turn in a 135 (-9) scorecard. Hasley finished in sixth overall for his third top-10 finish of the season. He had nine birdies including a two-stroke birdie on No. 3 in round one.

Hunter Laughlin was the third Golden Eagle to finish in the top 10 earning a 140 (-4) score. Laughlin had a 71 (-1) score in round one and a 69 (-3) in round two. He had seven birdies overall with five on day two. He hit back-to-back birdies on No. 13 and 14 in round two.

ORU next heads to Springfield, Missouri, to play in the Twin Oaks Intercollegiate beginning Monday, March 21.

ORU Individual Results
T1 Lane Wallace 66-69—135 (-9)
Dustin Hasley 67-71—138 (-6)
T9 Hunter Laughlin 71-69—140 (-4)
T32 Rocco Repetto-Taylor 73-73—146 (+2)
T38 Jackson Drake 74-73—147 (+3)

Team Results
1 Carson-Newman 275-272—547 (-29)
2 Oral Roberts 277-282—559 (-17) 
3 Tennessee Tech 287-276—563 (-13)
4 Morehead State 289-282—571 (-5)
5 Findlay 294-282—576 (E)
6 Marshall 287-290—577 (+1)
7 Bellarmine 297-283—580 (+4)
8 Cleveland State 292-289—581 (+5)
9 Northern Kentucky 299-288—587 (+11)
10 Murray State 296-297—593 (+17)
11 Binghamton 301-293—597 (+18)
12 Detroit Mercy 299-296—595 (+19)
13 Walters State CC 302-295—597 (+21)
14 Alabama A&M 311-304—615 (+39)
15 Tennessee State 309-310—619 (+43)
16 Roane State CC 317-319—636 (+60)


 

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