Shots: ASC Men's and Women's Golf Weekly Notebook
March 12, 2003
Mary Hardin-Baylor freshman John Haney tied for third-place at the St. Edward's Invitational (Mar. 3-4), closing out tournament play with a blistering one-under par 71 for the final round (40-71=111). The Crusaders placed seventh in the 15-team event.
The Louisiana College men will make a trip to Pine Mountain, Ga., this weekend to compete at the Callaway Collegiate Invitational Monday and Tuesday (Mar. 17-18).
Hardin-Simmons (369-359=728) and UT Dallas (444-436=880) finished two-three in the Lady Bulldog Classic hosted by Texas Lutheran March 10-11. Hilary Gibson led HSU with a two-day 162 to finish with Texas Lutheran's Theresa Ashorn in a three-way tie for fifth-place. Caroline Butler topped UTD players with a 190. Brittany Cary of McMurry finished in third-place (82-75=157) -- three strokes off the leader -- to lead a contingent of five American Southwest Conference players in the top 10.
UT Dallas placed fourth (299-301=600) and topped the five ASC teams at the men's John Bohmann Memorial Invitational at Texas Lutheran Monday and Tuesday (Mar. 10-11). The Comets' Scott Mauer took the individual title carding a 73 on the first day and a one-under par 71 on day two (144). Three other conference players finished among the Top 10 individuals.
Both Mary Hardin-Baylor teams have fared well against NCAA Division III competition this spring. The women have beaten every division squad faced while only Trinity (Texas) has managed to better the UMHB men.
Freezing weather forced cancellation of day two of the men's and women's UMHB Spring Invitational (Feb. 24). The host Lady Crusaders finished one stroke out of the team title, carding a 347 for the 18 holes. McMurry's Brittany Carey carded an 81 to place second. On the men's side, Mary Hardin-Baylor placed third among the 14 teams (322), outdistancing ASC fourth-place duo Hardin-Simmons and Texas Lutheran (327) by five strokes. Scott Mauer (76) of UT Dallas and Justin Lenamon (76) of UMHB tied for second one stroke out of first.
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