After weather cancelled action on Monday, the LeTourneau University men’s golf team finished third at the Frito Lay/All-State Intercollegiate Golf Tournament hosted by Jackson State University.
The YellowJackets, who were participating in their first tournament of the spring, shot a 320 in Sunday’s opening round at the Dancing Rabbit Golf Club in Philadelphia, Mississippi. Missouri-St. Louis, who is ranked No. 17 in NCAA Division II, won the tournament with a 289 (+1).
UMSL had the top six scores in the opening round including a 70 (-2) by Julien de Poyen. The top finisher for LeTourneau was sophomore Mason Terry, who shot a 76 (+4) to share sixth-place honors to lead the YellowJackets.
Next, sophomore Daniel Kay, who shot a 79 (+7) to post his best finish of the season, became tied for 13th. Senior Houston Moore tied for 17th after shooting an 81 (+9) for his fourth top-20 finish; plus juniors Seth Walters and Juan Rodriguez shot an 84 and 88, respectively.
As an individual, sophomore Chris Clark shot a 78 (+6) to share 10th place with a pair of NCAA Division I golfers at Jackson State and Florida A&M.
The next tournament for LeTourneau is the Linda Lowery Invitational, Feb. 21-22 at Falconhead Golf Club in Austin, Texas hosted by ASC member Concordia University.