ARDMORE, Okla. – Carson Seals of Oklahoma City University broke through with his second career victory in the Dornick Hills Classic on Tuesday at Dornick Hills Golf & Country Club.
Seals, a senior from Ardmore, Okla., played in his first college event at Dornick Hills in his hometown. Seals secured the win by five shots for the Stars, ranked third in NAIA men’s golf.
Seals shot a 69-68-69–206 to win for the first time since The Mid-South on Sept. 24-25, 2018. Seals tied for first through regulation of The Mid-South, but fell in a playoff. Seals finished among the top five for the second time in three starts this season.
All three Stars in the tournament played as individuals. David Meyers of OCU finished tied for fourth place by posting a 75-73-71–219. Meyers, a senior from Johannesburg, South Africa, notched his second consecutive top-five showing of the season and fourth top-five finish in a row dating back to last season.
The Stars’ Sam Tarpley, a redshirt freshman from Pollock, La., put together an 86-94-82–262.
Oklahoma City competes in the Southern Plains Intercollegiate on Oct. 28-29 at Gaillardia Country Club in Oklahoma City.
Dornick Hills Invitational
At Dornick Hills Country Club, Ardmore, Okla.
Par: 70; Yards: 6,586
Team standings – 1. Midland College 302-275-286—863; 2. Central Baptist College 304-300-304—908; 3. Iowa Western 301-298-315—914; 4. Southwestern Christian University 310-312-308—930; 5. Dodge City CC 317-311-306—934; 6. Kansas Wesleyan 318-302-321—941; 7. Science & Arts of Oklahoma 307-319-318—944; 8. Baker University 332-310-320—962; 8. Seminole State College 331-314-328—973; 10. Murray State College 333-321-320—974
Medalist standings – 1. Carson Seals, Oklahoma City, 69-68-69—206 2. (tie) Josef Hacker, Midland College, 75-69-67—211; George Saunders, Midland College, 74-66-71—211; 4. (tie) Max Charles, Midland College, 75-70-74—219; Leyton Clark, Central Baptist, 75-72-72—219; David Meyers, Oklahoma City, 75-73-71—219; 7. Spencer Lebarbera, Central Baptist, 75-69-77—221; 8. Aadam Syed, Midland College, 78-70-74—222; 9. Jakob Falk, Iowa Western, 75-72-77—224
Midland College (863) – Josef Hacker 75-69-67—211; George Saunders 74-66-71—211; Max Charles 75-70-74—219; Aadam Syed78-70-74—222; JT Pittman 79-72-77—228. MC individuals: Tim Van Stihout 79-81-79—239; Luke Cooley 79-80-86—245