TULSA GETS TWO MEN'S GOLF ALL-C-USA SELECTIONS
April 30, 2013
TIRVING, Texas - The University of Tulsa had a pair of golfers named to the Conference USA Men's Golf All-Conference Teams, it was announced today. Senior Chris Worrell and junior Logan McCracken earned second-team accolades.
Worrell and McCracken shares the team-lead with a 73.2 stroke average in 31 rounds of golf this season.
Worrell, a three-time C-USA all-academic performer, has placed among the top-25 in six of 11 tournaments this season. He had a career-best second-place finish at the GolfWeek Conference Challenge in the season-opening tournament.
McCracken is in his first year at Tulsa after transferring from Texas Tech. He has a career-best second-place performance at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic, while finishing among the top-10 in three other events. He had a fifth-place finish at the Rod Myers Invitational, seventh-place at the GolfWeek Challenge and 10th-place at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate.
All-Conference First Team Curtis Reed, Houston Roman Robledo, Houston Nathan Kerns, Marshall Bryson Dechambeau, SMU Greg Eason, UCF
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