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Aggie Golfers Ready to Get Back in the Swing of Things

By Justine Gaskamp on 08/12/2014 The OPSU Women's and Men's Golf Teams are gearing up for a fresh start to a new season.—Danae Moore photosThe OPSU Women's and Men's Golf Teams are gearing up for a fresh start to a new season.—Danae Moore photos

Goodwell, Okla.—OPSU head golf coach Dewayne Mauldin brings in a new season adding some new faces to the men’s and women’s Aggie golf teams.

The women return four golfers from last year’s roster: sophomores Taylor Coffman, Abigail Ferguson and Ashley Ogle, along with senior Samantha McCay. Newcomers include Reagan Higgins of Texhoma, Bailey Parker of Skiatook, Kaylee Storey from Borger, Texas and Remington Grasz of Kiowa, Kan.

Back this year for the Aggie men are sophomores Michael Brand, Adam Fick and Dakota Wilson; juniors Cole Cramer and Ty Pellam also return along with senior Trey Fankhouser. The men will welcome transfer Braden Harbour coming from Barton Community College and freshmen Ole Hatleild, Gage Martin, Matthew LeGrange, and Felix Bolivar.

Both teams will compete in their opening tournament hosted by Colorado State University-Pueblo on Sept. 7-9 in Pueblo, Colo. We look forward to a new and exciting season from Aggie Golf!


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