Palestine didn't have any girls' golfers this year.
The Oklahoma State women's golf team outdueled Texas A&M for a wire-to-wire victory at the Dale McNamara Invitational at Tulsa Country Club on Tuesday. Northern Iowa finished one behind them at +39 par.
In its second tournament of the spring season, Yale faced off against eight competitors at the Naval Golf Academy Club after a mixed result at the Otter Invite in March.
Florida State finished fourth overall (295-277-286), shooting 6-under over the three rounds and 2-under in Tuesday's final round. But now that they've experienced it first hand, the belief they have in themselves is only going to go up. "I said OK, '" explained the man known as "the Golden Bear". "We have fighters on this team and I'm glad I'm on this journey with them". "I didn't expect to do that good when I got there, but I had two good days and that was huge". There are 27 players on the varsity team and 24 in the junior high. He was also a two-time champion in the 11-12 age group event in the Annual BMW Junior Open Championships held in Guam, winning it for the last time in 2016.
"It was pretty exciting to play ourselves into contention at an event like this", UFV head coach Chris Bertram said. "But there are a lot of good teams out there".
Moulton said his lowest round is a 69 "just playing weekend golf" but he has shot 70 three times in tournament competition.
"I would like to say a huge thank you to Micah (Rudosky), Jeff Carr, and Shay Sena", Plewe wrote.
Both admit to missing their other great rival, Arnold Palmer, who last performed the duty with them in 2016 before passing away later that year, but still get a thrill from performing the task.
"I think we can move up three or four spots", he said. "My short game was the best it has been all spring so I was happy about that".
Kinston golf coach Tiffany Johnson echoed those sentiments.
West was supposed to play a home meet Monday, which was cancelled, and are scheduled to play a Big Nine triangular on Monday at Eastwood Golf Course in Rochester.
Moulton set his goals high for his final prep season.
Wamego won the tournament with a four-man score of 342.
Ed-Co averaged 174.86 per nine holes as a team a year ago, and 347.33 per 18 holes, finishing 3rd in the Upper Iowa Conference.