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MSU Roundup: Soccer suffers first loss, Golf tied for 8th in tournament

MIdwestern State soccer getting ready to take on Northeastern St. / Source: KAUZ MIdwestern State soccer getting ready to take on Northeastern St. / Source: KAUZ
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A header goal by Northeastern State's Trevor Reed in the 88th minute handed No. 9 Midwestern State its first loss of the 2016 season in a 1-0 decision Monday evening at MSU Soccer Field.

Northeastern State (2-3-0) broke a scoreless contest with 2:37 left to play in regulation as a free kick from 35 yards out for Joseph Garcia found Reed on the left side of the box before sending a header past goalkeeper Noah Fazekas for a 1-0 lead.
 
Midwestern State (2-1-1) controlled the possession a majority of the contest, creating a handful of good opportunities at the net. The Mustangs outshot the RiverHawks 12-2 in the opening period with Flavio Guzman's strike 35 seconds into the game serving as the lone shot on goal of the half for either team.
 
The Mustangs placed three shots on goal in the second period, all coming in the final 20 minutes of play.

Mustangs tied for eighth after second round at WT's Palmer Invitational

 Midwestern State didn't exactly get off to the start it wanted Monday afternoon as the Mustangs fired rounds of 298 and 295 and head into the final round of the Ryan Palmer Foundational Invitational at the Tascosa Country Club in eighth place.
 
"It wasn't our best day, but still very excited about what's ahead," MSU coach Jeff Ray said. "After we knock some rust off, this team will be very good. We have more depth and more focus capable of going low."
 
Senior Jared Baker delivered MSU's lone sub-par round of the day firing a 1-under 71 in the opening round before carding a 2-over 74 in the second. The Holliday High product sits in 16th on the leader board eight strokes behind tournament leading Eliott Azoulay of St. Edward's who fired rounds of 71 and 66 for a 7-under total of 137.
 
"Jared had a solid day," Ray said. "One bad hole cost him. His second round was very consistent, but on courses like this you have to have a couple of guys really get it going."
 
St. Mary's (Texas) (569/-7) and St. Edward's (573/-3) lead the way boasting under-par team tallies in each round, while Cameron rebounded from a 297 (+9) in the opening round to notch the team-low round of the day with a 7-under 281 in the second to sit in third at 2-over.
 
Wayland Baptist (579/+3) is a close fourth followed by Colorado State-Pueblo (585/+9), West Texas A&M (586/+10) and Texas A&M-Commerce (589/+13).
 
MSU junior Dominick Haskins carded rounds of 75 and 73 for a two-round total of 148 (+4) to tie for 32nd while seniors Colton Dorion (77-74) and Thomas Smith (75-76) knotted for 51st with 7-over totals of 151.
 
Sophomore Chance Craig battled back from a first-round 84 to deliver a team countable score of 74 in the second. The Llano product is tied for 75th with a 14-over total of 158.
 
The final round begins with a shotgun start Tuesday morning at 9 a.m.

Ryan Palmer Foundational Invitational
Tascosa Country Club
Amarillo, Texas
Par 72, 6,602 yards
Team Leaderboard
Place Team Round Scores Total To Par
1 St. Mary's (Texas) 284-285 569 -7
2 St. Edward's (Texas) 287-286 573 -3
3 Cameron (Okla.) 297-281 578 +2
4 Wayland Baptist (Texas) 293-286 579 +3
5 Colorado State-Pueblo 288-297 585 +9
6 West Texas A&M 297-289 586 +10
7 Texas A&M-Commerce 295-294 589 +13
8 Midwestern State 298-295 593 +17
Rogers State (Okla.) 302-291 593 +17
10 Newman (Kan.) 296-301 597 +21
11 Colorado Mines 295-305 600 +24
12 Lubbock Christian (Texas) 297-304 601 +25
13 Western New Mexico 306-296 602 +26
Colorado Mesa 301-301 602 +26
15 UT-Permian Basin 311-308 619 +43
16 Oklahoma Panhandle State 319-309 631 +55
Individual Leaderboard
Place Player, Team Round Scores Total To Par
1 Eliott Azoulay, St. Edward's 71-66 137 -7
2 Benjamin Arnett, St. Mary's 69-69 138 -6
3 Jake Ice, Colorado State-Pueblo 72-68 140 -4
Scott Brown, Lubbock Christian 70-70 140 -4
5 Hagen Barmasse, Rogers State 75-66 141 -3
Daniel Nielsen, Cameron 75-66 141 -3
7 Devin Tovey, Cameron 75-67 142 -2
8 Brayden Cruth, West Texas A&M 76-67 143 -1
Dillon Van Essen, St. Edward's 73-70 143 -1
Taylor MacKay, Colorado Mines 71-72 143 -1
Jay Hogan, St. Edward's 67-76 143 -1
Emilio Gonzales, St. Mary's 71-72 143 -1
Midwestern State Scorecard
8 Midwestern State 298-295 593 +17
16t Jared Baker (1) 71-74 145 +1
32t Dominick Haskins (2) 75-73 148 +4
51t Colton Dorion (3) 77-74 151 +7
51t Thomas Smith (5) 75-76 151 +7
75t Chance Craig (4) 84-74 158 +14
*** - competing as individual medalist only.

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