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Aggie Golfers Compete in Final Fall Tournament at Ranger Invitational

Released by Panhandle State Sports Information on 11/01/2017

Woodward, Okla.—Panhandle State golfers took to the links at the 6,562-yard, par 71 Boiling Springs Golf Club in Woodward, for the Ranger Invitational hosted by Northwestern Oklahoma State Oct. 30-31.

The Aggie men's team competed in a field of 35 golfers representing five different schools from leagues spanning the junior college, NAIA and NCAA-Division II ranks. Freshman Chandler Evans turned in the lowest tournament score for the Aggies, carding an 85 in round one and an 86 in round two. Evans placed 26th individually. Sergi Teller was one stroke behind with scores of 87, 85 to tie for 27th overall. Seth McMinn improved six strokes from a 92 on Monday to an 86 on Tuesday to finish 30th among the field, and Luca Heathington also saw improvement scoring 91, 88 over the two-round tournament. Karsten Harrison was the fifth Aggie golfer to take the course; Harrison marked round scores of 90 and 95. The men's team from Lubbock Christian took the top spot on the leaderboard placing first both as a team (299, 308) and individually with golfer Cam Toombs shooting two under par with scores of 75, 69.

Two Aggie women played in both rounds among four teams and 28 golfers. Reagan Higgins (117, 108) and Bayleigh Myers (116, 0) placed 26th and 28th on the women's course which held a par of 71 at 5,981 yards.

The Aggie golfers will break from play for the remainder of the fall and return to competition this spring.

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