TULSA GOLFERS IN SEVENTH PLACE HEADING INTO FINAL ROUND
Feb. 11, 2014
San Antonio, Texas - The Tulsa men's golf team kicked off the spring season on Monday at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational with two rounds that totaled 601 and sits in seventh place heading into Tuesday's final 18 holes. The final round gets underway Tuesday morning at the par-71 Oak Hills Country Club with 9:30 shotgun start.
The Hurricane carded an opening round 312, but improved by 22 strokes in second round play with a score of 290 for a 36-hole total of 602. Oklahoma leads the field with a 579 score, followed by Baylor (580), North Texas (589) Louisiana (594) and East Carolina (600) rounding out the top five teams.
Tulsa senior Logan McCracken had the best day for the Hurricane with rounds of 76 and 73 for a seven-over par 149 and 22nd place. Only two golfers, Oklahoma's Michael Schoolcraft and Baylor's Kyle Jones, ended the first day of competition with under par scores, as both tied for first-place with two-under par 140 scores.
Junior Colton Staggs finished day one in 31st place for the Hurricane after rounds of 77 and 74 for a 151 score, followed by fellow junior Matt Mabrey's 152, after rounds of 80 and 72, for 37th place.
Tulsa senior Mark Mumford carded rounds of 82 and a team-best 71 on his second 18 holes for a 153 total and 153rd place. Freshman Matthew Marquez is in 69th place with a 157 score, shooting rounds of 79 and 78.
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