MSU Roundup: Women's Golf and Tennis

Midwestern State extended its Lone Star Conference winning streak to matches with a resounding 8-1 win over Tarleton State Tuesday afternoon at the MSU Tennis Center.

The Mustangs are 9-1 since the start of the 2013 season against league foes and looks to complete its second consecutive regular season sweep Wednesday against Cameron in Lawton. First serve against the Aggies is set for 2 p.m. at the Streich-Henry Family Tennis Complex in Lawton.

Midwestern won is seventh consecutive match against Division II opposition improving to 13-6 on the season.

The Mustangs made quick work of the TexAnns by rolling to a doubles sweep then took wins by Maddie Schorlemmer at No. 2 and Carrie Casey at No. 6 to seal the victory sending Tarleton State to 6-7 on the season and 0-2 in league play.

Sophomore Courtney Anderson claimed her ninth consecutive win rolling to past Luiza Adas 6-4, 6-3 at the No. 3 singles spot to improve to 13-1 on the season and 34-4 for her career.

The MSU doubles' tandem of Schorlemmer and Paige Boykin claimed its eighth striaght win with an 8-2 victory over Erika Richarme and Ariadna Cobezas at the No. 3 doubles position.

Senior Taylor Coffman and junior Kayla Casey defeated Adas and Ashleigh Elward 8-3 at No. 1, while juniors Lauren Pineda and Lindsay Nochowicz beat Gabriella Jansson and Ellie Stevens 8-2 at No. 2 complete the doubles' sweep.

Schorlemmer, who was playing up at the No. 2 position for the sixth time this season, defeated Elward 6-2, 6-4 while Carrie Casey routed Cobezas 6-0, 6-0 at No. 6.

Boykin improved to 14-4 in singles' dual play this season with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Stevens and No. 4 while Nochowicz moved to 13-4 in singles duals with a 6-4, 7-6 victory over Jansson at No. 5.

Richarme came back to edge Coffman 3-6, 7-5, 10-3 to provide Tarleton State's lone win of the day

Mustangs take third at Housewright Invitation

Midwestern State improved one spot to finish third at the Doc Housewright Classic played Tuesday afternoon at the Par-72, 5,855-yard course at the Harbor Lakes Golf Club.

The third-place showing snapped a run of two consecutive tournament victories, but the Mustangs continued their run of solid showings finishing in the top three of their fifth straight competition.

Midwestern closed tournament play with a 35-over team total of 611 behind tournament team champion St. Edward's (599/+23) and host Tarleton State (600/+24).

MSU competes in the Lone Star Conference Championships on April 21-22 at the Frisco Lakes Golf Club.

Senior Brenna Moore claimed her second consecutive runner-up finish and third of the season carding a two-round, four-over total of 148 just two strokes behind top individual medalist Casey Wild of Tarleton State. Wild notched rounds of 71 and 75 for a 2-over total of 146.

"Brenna had another great tournament," MSU coach Jeff Ray said. "She has competed at such a high level since her arrival here. I know she second-place finishes are getting frustrating for her, but it is still a great achievement. Over her four years, her play has consistently been in the Top 10 at tournament. That's why she is an All American."

Moore boasts seven Top 10 individual showings this season in eight tournaments.

"Brenna bogeyed the first two holes today, then settled in to a nice rhythm," Ray said. "One bad swing on Hole No. 9 cost her two strokes, but she she quickly followed that up with a birdie on 10. As always, battling and giving us a quality score is what she does."

Sophomore Hayley Dambold delivered MSU's top individual score of the day with a 2-over 74 to close 10th on the individual leader board with a two-round total of 151 (+7).

"Hayley had her best tournament of the spring," Ray said. "She has worked hard and is really contributing now. This will only help her confidence heading into next week's conference tournament."

It was the Highland Village native's second consecutive Top 10 finish.

Freshman Sarah Moore tied for 19th overall with a two-round total of 155 (+11) firing rounds of 79 and 76, while sophomore Sierra Campbell notched two countable scores of 80 and 77 to tie for 28th with a 13-over total of 157.

Junior Kynze Mann carded scores of 84 and 81 to tie for 42nd with a 21-over total of 165.

Sophomore Kellie Martin fired a season-best 72 in the final round and tied for 13th with an 8-over total of 152 while competing as an individual medalist only.

"Kellie had her best round of the year," Ray said. "She is putting it together at the right time and will be a key for us advancing. We will have tis week to work on several areas and are looking forward to the conference tournament."