The East Central University men’s golf team settled for a 13th place tie as The Territory Classic, hosted by Cameron University, wrapped up its two-day, two-round run Tuesday at The Territory Golf and Country Club, a par-72 course.
Dallas Baptist won the team title in a playoff over St. Edward’s (Texas). Both teams posted scores of 578. Abilene Christian was third at 579, followed by University of the Southwest (596), Newman (598), Midwestern State (598), Central Oklahoma (599), West Texas A&M (601), Arkansas Tech (602), Cameron (605), Southern Nazarene (610), Delta State (613), ECU, Southwestern Oklahoma State (616), Texas A&M-Commerce (627), Southeastern Oklahoma State (628) and Incarnate Word (631).
Alex Carpenter, of Abilene Christian, claimed the individual title after firing a 6-under-par 66 on Tuesday after shooting a 74 on Monday. He finished at 4-under for the tournament with a 140 and won by one stroke over Dallas Baptist’s Nic Tacher (70-71).
For ECU, Trevor Rose tied for 29th place with a 150 (72-78); followed by teammates Zac Pool, tied for 29th with a 152 (78-74); Travis Keeley (81-77) and Michael Vassella (83-75), tied for 68th with a 158; and Bryeson Lance, tied for 75th with a 161 (85-76).
ECU JV squad
Takes 15th place at NSU
TULSA – The East Central men’s JV squad finished 15th with a team score of 651 in the 11th Annual Northeastern State Classic at the par-72 Emerald Falls Course.
NSU’s Josh Boswell took medalist honors in a playoff after firing back-to-back rounds of 71 for a 142. Central Missouri’s Justin Yoder also posted consecutive 71 scores in the event, which began Monday and was rain-delayed.
Central Missouri did capture the team title with a score of 595, followed by NSU (606), St. Mary’s (609), Missouri Southern (611), Grand Canyon (611), Our Lady of the Lake (616), Washburn (621), Southwest Baptist (622), Missouri Western (623), Truman State (632), Ouachita Baptist (636), Lincoln (639), Fort Hays State (650) and ECU JV (651).
ECU’s Dakota Robbins tied for 48th place with a 160 (82-78); followed by teammates Jeff Weisheit, tied for 53rd with a 161 (82-79); Brandon Herbison, tied for 62nd with a 164 (86-78); Brandon Nicholson, 69th with a 166 (87-79); and Joe Ross, 80th with a 180 (95-87).