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Lone Star Conference Golf Tournament Results

Oland Wins LSC Individual Title, Mustangs Take Third

Midwestern State junior Derek Oland jumped out to an early lead and never relinquished it as he won the 2014 Lone Star Conference Individual Championship.
 
The junior from McKinney, Texas/Boyd fired an even-par 71 in the final round, equaling the best round of the tournament, to win the title with a 7-over 220.
 
Oland was three strokes better than Texas A&M-Commerce's C.J. Clem who posted a final round 74 for a 10-over 223.  Cameron's Dylan McClure was third at 15-over 228.
 
The individual scores were the only medal play that were counted as the teams played medal match play for the second and third rounds with the second the semifinal feeding the third round that was the championship and third place matches.
 
After having the semifinal round interrupted by storms on Monday night, the Mustangs saw their lead against the Cameron Aggies evaporate and the Aggies came back to win 3-2.  Texas A&M-Commerce beat West Texas A&M 4-1 in the other semifinal.
 
The Mustangs beat WT 3-2 in the third place match, with Oland, Brandon Banks and Colton Dorion winning their matches.

MSU Women Finish Third

The Midwestern State Mustangs couldn't hang on down the stretch in the 2014 Lone Star Conference Championships, slipping to third at the Ram Rock Course of the Horseshoe Bay Resort.

 
The Mustangs blew up to a 324 in the final round to finish at 639, three strokes behind West Texas A&M's 636 for second in the tournament.  Tarleton State won the title with a 303 on Tuesday to finish at 610.
 
MSU junior Brenna Moore, who held the lead after the opening round, struggled to a 10-over 81 in the final round, including a rare quadruple bogey on the 18th hole.  Moore finished in a fifth place tie at 14-over 156.
 
Freshman Hayley Dambold led the Mustangs on the afternoon with a 6-over 77 to join the fifth place tie at 156.
 
Freshman Sierra Campbell added an 80 on Tuesday to place 10th at 158.
 
Sophomore Kynze Mann added an 86 to finish at 169, while Kellie Martin posted a 93 to finish at 176.
 
Tarleton State's Isabell Jimenez Perea won the individual conference title, firing the only under par round in the tournament, with a 1-under 70 to finish at 3-over 145.  WT's Glory Jangthongsiri placed second at 9-over 151 after a 3-over 74 on Tuesday.  Both played with Moore.  TSU's Jessica Pickwick was third at 12-over 154 with a 75 in the final round.
 
The Mustangs are idle until the NCAA Division II Tounament selections are announced on Monday.  That's when the field for the West Super Regional May 5-7 at the Walnut Creek Country Club in Mansfield will be announced.
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