RSU, NSU, SWOSU, UCO conclude seasons at Purgatory Golf Club

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Final scores

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – Four Oklahoma teams concluded their seasons at the NCAA Division II Midwest/Central Regional Saturday.

Rogers State, Northeastern State, Southestern Oklahoma State and Central Oklahoma did not finish among the top six teams that moved on to the national championship.

After 54 holes at the par 72, 7,707-yard Purgatory Golf Club, Rogers State finished in 12th place out of 20 teams after shooting 906 (+18) for the tournament.

Aidan Gavey led the team in a three-way tie for 16th after shooting 5-over 221.  Luke Palmowski finished in a group of eight tied at 28th with a card of 224 (+8). Ty Nicar finished in a three-way tie for 69th with a 232 (+16). Daniel Robles finished in a tie for 84th with a 235 (+19). Gonzalo Chaves rounded out the squad in a tie for 84th after shooting 236 (+20).

Northeastern State finished tied for 14th, hooting a 910 (308-298-304). The RiverHawks finished 15 back of the cutline to the NCAA National Championship.

Brayden Strickland led NSU with a tie for 21st place overall with a 223 (77-72-74).  Carlos Gomez was tied for 51st with a 228 (79-75-76).  Brett Wilcoxen was one back of him, tied for 61st (74-78-77).

Christian Yanovitch had a 230 (78-75-77) and was tied for 64th.  Gabe Replogle shot a 238 (79-80-79), putting him in a 91st place tie.

SWOSU finished 17th. Three Bulldogs carded their best scores of the tournament on Saturday. Gregor Weck shot even par while Conner Boydston shaved six strokes off his first two rounds and ended with a 1-over 73. Lukas Hendricks shot a 77 (+5).  Weck ended at 3-over par 219 and tied for ninth.

UCO finished last among the 20 teams in the field. Bennett Baldwin shot rounds of 76-77-77 for a 230, tied for 64th to lead the Bronchos.


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