Shots: ASC Golf Weekly Notebook
March 19, 2003
Tee Shots . . .
Invitational Time: Late March signals increased links time for the American Southwest Conference men's and women's golf teams. Several men's squads will travel to Kerrville, Texas for the Monday-Tuesday Schreiner University Invitational (Mar. 24-25) while the Texas A&M University at Commerce Invitational will be the focus for many women's teams Sunday through Wednesday (Mar. 23-26).
Westward Ho!: Both Mary Hardin-Baylor and Texas Lutheran men's teams will face solid West Region competition at the Monday-Tuesday (Mar. 24-25) Cal Lutheran Invitational in Lompoc, Calif.
UMHB Women List No. 4: The March 18 Golfstat Women's NCAA-III Head-to-Head score rankings show Mary Hardin-Baylor fourth in the country with a 2-0 record vs. Top 25 teams and an 83.39 adjusted scoring average. McMurry is just out of the Top 10 at No. 11. Hardin-Simmons (39th) and Texas Lutheran (43rd) complete ASC teams in the Top 50.
Four Men's Teams Among Top 50: Four ASC men's teams rank among the Top 50 squads in the March 18 GolfStat Men's NCAA-III Head-to-Head listing. Mary Hardin-Baylor leads the foursome at No. 20, followed by Hardin-Simmons (30th), UT Dallas (37th) and Texas Lutheran (43rd).
UTD Men Second at Callaway Garden: Paced by the runner-up finish of Scott Maurer (34-71-105), UT Dallas took second place at the Callaway Garden Collegiate Invitational at Pine Mountain, Ga., on Monday and Tuesday (Mar. 17-18). Maurer was joined in the individual Top 10 by teammate Evan Nash who carded a 107, with a three-under 69 the last day. The Comets combined for a 146-287-433 score. . . . Louisiana College finished 16th at the Callaway Garden Collegiate. Josh Book led the Wildcats with a 40-80-120.
Division III Strength: Both Mary Hardin-Baylor teams have opened the 2003 season strong against NCAA Division III competition. The Lady Crusaders have beaten every D-III team faced this spring while the Crusader men have only been beaten by No. 13 Trinity University.
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