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Ferguson Leads Aggie Team at Bluebonnet Classic

By Justine Gaskamp on 04/02/2014 Abbie Ferguson topped the Aggie team at the Bluebonnet Classic in Grand Prairie, Texas.—Courtesy photo (2/24/2014)Abbie Ferguson topped the Aggie team at the Bluebonnet Classic in Grand Prairie, Texas.—Courtesy photo (2/24/2014) Grand Prairie, Texas—OPSU freshman Abigail Ferguson posted her lowest scores of the season this week as she competed with the Aggie women's golf team in the Bluebonnet Classis hosted by Northwood University March 31-April 1.

The tournament consisted of nine teams, a total of 53 golfers, and took place at the Tangle Ridge Golf Course in Grand Prairie, Texas. The 5,875-yard course held a par of 72 for all three rounds.

Ferguson turned in an 88 for round one and bested her score in round two with and 87; she shot a 90 for round three tying for 41 overall. Taylor Coffman brought in the lowest score for the Aggies shooting an 85 in round three; Coffman finished 46 individually.

Ashley Ogle and Samantha McCay also competed for the Aggie women, each improving their scores throughout the tournament. The Aggies finished ninth as a team with Bellevue University taking the win.

The Aggies have two more tournaments on their spring schedule starting with the Sterling Invitational in Hutchinson, Kan. on April 8. Their final tournament, hosted by Southwestern College, will be held April 14 in Winfield, Kan.


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