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Tee Shots: ASC Golf Weekly Notebook
April 2, 2003
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April 3
(m) Cherokee Village Quad (Cherokee Village, Ark.): Ozarks

April 7
(m) Univ. Dallas Invitational (Irving, Texas): LeTourneau

April 7-8
(m) District VI Spring Invitational (El Paso, Texas): Austin College, Mary Hardin-Baylor, UT Dallas, Texas Lutheran

April 10
(m) River Oaks Invitational (Searcy, Ark.): Ozarks

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Tee Shots . . .

The American Southwest Conference is represented in both the men's and women's NCAA-III Golfstat Top 10 rankings released on Wednesday (Apr. 2). The Mary Hardin-Baylor women's team, who is 63-2 vs. the division, ranks No. 2 in the country behind defending national champion Methodist College. On the men's side, UT Dallas jumped from 11th to eighth in the weekly ranking. The Comets are 200-8 vs. the division. . . . The McMurry women's team lists just outside the Top 10 at No. 11. . . . The men's teams from Mary Hardin-Baylor and Hardin-Simmons are each ranked among the Top 20. UMHB is No. 11 and HSU No. 16 in the newest listing.

Larry Nickell of Austin College finished with a five-over par 77 in the final round of the Pepsi Cola Invitational to close out tournament play with a three-round 244 (85-82-77). Austin College was the lone NCAA-III squad among the 14 teams who competed at Tanglewood Resort in Pottsboro, Texas on Saturday and Sunday (Mar. 29-30).

Mary Hardin-Baylor women’s golf team fired a final round 334 to go with a day one 331 for a 665 total for a share of eighth place at the Grand Canyon University Women’s Invitational in Goodyear, Ariz. (Mar. 30-Apr. 1). The Lady Crusaders tied with Cal State-Monterey Bay at 665, 30 shots behind team champion Northern Colorado (323-302-625). McMurry was 12th (350-351-701) and Hardin-Simmons 13th (375-375-751). Julie Solomon was the top individual finisher for the Lady Crusaders carding a 78-81-159 to tie for 16th-place.


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