SEGUIN, Texas – Seeing their first action of the 2017-18 season, the LeTourneau University women’s golf team is in eighth place following the first round of the Texas Lutheran University Lady Bulldog Fall Classic at Starcke Park Municipal Course in Seguin, Texas on Monday, September 11th.
LETU shot a team score of 347 to edge UC Santa Cruz (367) and the Texas Lutheran “B” Team (371) in the 10-team field. Mary Hardin-Baylor leads the meet with a first round 307 team score followed by Trinity University (316) and Texas-Dallas (316).
Individually, freshman Bree Mask led the YellowJackets with an eight-over 80 to finish the first round tied for 10th in the 52-player field. Kristin Boone is tied for 22nd following an 11-over 83 while Lauren Johnson shot a 91 (44th). Rachael Green rounds out LETU’s team total, tied for 45th with a first round 93.
The final round will start tomorrow morning on the 5,863 yard, Par-72 course, where the YellowJackets will look to move up the team leaderboard.
SEGUIN, Texas – LeTourneau University men’s golf senior Mason Terry fired rounds of one-over 71 and four-over 75 to lead the YellowJackets on day one of the John Bohmann Memorial Invitational hosted by Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas on Monday, September 11.
The Lindale, Texas native is tied for 17th overall in the 56-player field as LETU is in eighth place with a team score of 608 following 36 holes of action. Concordia University (Texas) leads the meet with a two-round team score of 570 followed by Southwestern University (581) and host Texas Lutheran with 583.
Daniel Kay is one shot behind Terry after shooting a 73-75-148 while freshman Dustin Dingler finished with rounds of 75 and 78 to finish with a score of 153 (39th) in his first collegiate meet. Longview native Cody Taylor is in a tie for 44th with a two-round total of 154 (81-73) while Chris Clark is 50th with rounds of 79 and 77 (156). LeTourneau also had Caleb Biggers competing in the meet, shooting a 79-80 for a total of 159 (52nd).
The YellowJackets will conclude their season-opening meet with a final round on Tuesday at the 6,676 yard, Par-71 course.
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