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MSU Golf: Men 10th After Opening Day at DBU Classic

The Midwestern State Mustangs had a difficult time with the cool, wet conditions on Monday as they sit 10th after the opening rounds of the Dallas Baptist Classic.

The Mustangs posted a 295-302 in the first two rounds to stand at 597 after the opening day at classic, that was moved to the Golf Club of Dallas.

The tournament battled with a starting delay because of the weather that hampered the MSU crew.

St. Edward's leads the tournament at with a 4-under-par 564, with Central Missouri second at 4-over 572 and Colorado-Colorado Springs third at 8-over 576 in the 15-team tournament.

The Mustangs were paced once again by Derek Oland. The junior from McKinney, Texas/Boyd toured the par 71, 6,859-yard Golf Club of Dallas course with twin rounds of 1-over 72, to sit tied for 20th at 2-over 144.

Senior Julio Gonzales-Galvan produced a 76-75 for an 11-over 151, while freshman Jared Baker tallied a 75-78 – 153. Senior Jeremy LeGuen carded twin 77s for a 154, while Brandon Banks opened with a 1-over 72 in the first round before adding an 84 in the second for a 156.

St. Ed's Jose A. Hernandez and Colorado-Colorado Springs' Stephen Cook are tied at 5-under 137. Cook opened with a 5-under 66 in the first round, followed by a par round. Hernandez did just the opposite. St. Mary's Matthew Van Winkle is in third at 4-under 138 after rounds of 70 and 68.

The final round of the tournament is Tuesday.

DBU Classic
The Golf Club of Dallas
Dallas, Texas
Par-71, 6,859 yards
Team Leaderboard
PlaceTeamRound ScoresTotalTo Par
1St. Edward's (Texas)288-276564-4
2Central Missouri283-289572+4
3Colorado-Colorado Springs281-295576+8
4Dallas Baptist (Texas)285-292577+9
5Texas Wesleyan291-287578+10

Texas A&M-Commerce289-289578+10
7St. Mary's (Texas)285-294579+11
8Oklahoma Christian287-293580+12
9Northwood (Texas)305-287592+24
10Midwestern State (Texas)295-302597+29
11Newman (Kan.)303-298601+33
12Lubbock Christian (Texas)296-306602+34
13Texas A&M International311-298609+41
14McMurry (Texas)308-309617+49
15Arkansas-Fort Smith316-302618+50
Individual Leaderboard
PlacePlayer, TeamRound ScoresTotalTo Par
1Jose A. Hernandez, St. Edward's71-66137-5

Stephen Cook, Colorado-Colorado Springs66-71137-5
3Matthew Van Winkle, St. Mary's70-68138-4
4Alex Springer, Central Missouri69-70139-3
5Josh Aguilar, Dallas Baptist70-70140-2

C.J. Clem, Texas A&M-Commerce72-68140-2
7Enrique Livas, St. Edward's71-70141-1

Brian Smith, St. Edward's71-70141-1
9Kyle Beard, Dallas Baptist70-72142E

Charles Gibson, Dallas Baptist**70-72142E

Robby Hughey, Central Missouri69-73142E

Sam Johnston, Oklahoma Christian69-73142E

Travis Mays, Central Missouri71-71142E

Trey Payne, Oklahoma Christian71-71142E

Patrick Skakel, Colorado-Colorado Springs73-69142E
Midwestern State Scorecard
10Midwestern State295-302597+29
20tDerek Oland72-72144+2
49tJulio Gonzales-Galvan76-75151+9
60tJared Baker75-78153+11
64tJeremy LeGuen77-77154+12
71tBrandon Banks72-84156+14
** -- competing as individual medalist only.

Monday Action Cancelled at UW Women's Invitational

Due to thunderstorms overnight and Monday morning, the opening 36 holes of the United States Women's Invitational have been cancelled.

The wet course conditions at the Pine Island Country Club in Charlotte, N.C. forced tournament host Belmont Abbey to call Monday's rounds.

The tournament has been reduced to an 18-hole event that begins Tuesday morning at 7:30 Texas Time.
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