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Tulsa Golfers Place Fourth at Morris Williams Intercollegiate

Tulsa senior David Inglis was one of four Hurricane golfers to shoot even par or under in the final round at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate. Inglis placed ninth overall with a three-under par score of 213.
Tulsa senior David Inglis was one of four Hurricane golfers to shoot even par or under in the final round at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate. Inglis placed ninth overall with a three-under par score of 213.
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March 16, 2004

Austin, Texas - The Tulsa men's golf team carded the day's best round with a two-under par 286 and finished in fourth-place in the 15-team field at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate. The Hurricane completed the 54-hole tournament with a one-over par score of 865, finishing just seven strokes behind team champion BYU's 858 total.

After BYU, TCU placed second with a four-under 860 score followed by Oklahoma State (861), Tulsa (865) and California (867) to round out the top-five teams. The unranked Hurricane, according to the GolfWeek/Sagarin ratings, placed ahead three nationally-ranked teams, including eighth-ranked Texas, No. 13 Arkansas and No. 22 Oklahoma.

A day earlier, the Hurricane scored a first round two-under par 286 and had a second round score of 293 at the par-72 Austin Country Club to enter the final round in fifth place.

Tulsa senior David Inglis completed the tournament today with a three-under par 213 to finish in ninth-place overall. He was one of four Tulsa golfers to shoot even par or under for the final round with his even-par 72.

Freshman Mitch Cohlmia had his second top-15 finish in as many tournaments. He placed 12th with a two-under par score of 214, following today's even-par round of 72. A week ago, Cohlmia finished in 10th place at the Louisiana Classics.

Senior Chris Noel had Tulsa's top round of the day with a two-under par 70. He closed the event just like he opened it on Monday with a first round 70 as well. Noel finished with a 218 total for 26th place. Freshman Sam Korbe equaled the rounds of Inglis and Cohlmia with his best round of the tournament, an even-par 72. He placed 41st overall, while fellow freshman Brett Myers carded a 78 today to finish with a 68th place total of 230.

 

 

Arkansas' Andrew Dahl held onto the lead with a 10-under 206 total after beginning the day with a 12-under score.

Tulsa will be back in action next at the National Invitational, March 28-30, in Tucson, Arizona.

Team Results
1.	Brigham Young		281-285-292=858
2.	TCU			284-283-293=860
3.	Oklahoma State		286-285-290=861
4.	Tulsa			286-293-286=865
5.	California		286-295-286=867
6. 	Texas			287-295-287=869
7. 	Arkansas		288-284-298=870
8.	Oklahoma		288-292-297=877
9.	Pepperdine		303-287-290=880
10.	Baylor			298-288-296=882
	Virginia		290-294-299=883
11.	SMU			296-293-297=886
13.	Houston			292-307-294=893
14.	Texas A&M		296-300-297=893
15.	Fresno State		309-295-298=902

Top-5 Individuals 1. Andrew Dahl, Arkansas 64-68-74=206 (-10) 2. Jason Hartwick, Texas 70-71-69=210 (-6) T3. Jeff Bell, Texas 72-71=68=211(-5) T3. Will Dodson, SMU 72-68-71=211 (-5) T3. Jake Ellison, BYU 65-71-75=211 (-5) T3. Anthony Kim, Oklahoma 70-67-74=211 (-5)

Tulsa Individuals T9. David Inglis 71-70-72=213 (-3) T12. Mitch Cohlmia 71-71-72=214 (-2) T26. Chris Noel 70-78-70=218 (+2) T41. Sam Korbe 77-74-72=223 (+7) T68. Brett Myers 74-78-78=230 (+14)