Sitting at -2 for the second round when darkness set in Tuesday, the Oral Roberts men’s golf team continued to play well and shot 889 (301-293-295) for the tournament at the Missouri Tiger Invitational, presented by COG. ORU improved from its 14th place position after round one to ninth in the final team standings. Missouri led from wire to wire with an 11-shot victory and a team score of 839 (275-283-281).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team made a push to start the second round and moved up to 11th place at the Missouri Tiger Invitational, Monday, before the second round was halted due to darkness. The host Tigers led the team race after one round with a 275, while ORU shot 301 for the opening 18 holes.
Oral Roberts sophomore Mike Biata earned men’s Golfer of the Week recognition Wednesday for his 4-under-par 212 performance at the Bubba Barnett Intercollegiate, while Fort Wayne senior Jenna Kurosky nabbed the women’s honor for a 3-over 147 scorecard at the Fort Wayne Spring Classic.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team used the momentum from its eight-under second round, and carried it into the final round, shooting 295 to move up one spot for a third place finish at the Bubba Barnett Intercollegiate, which concluded play Tuesday afternoon. Arkansas State won the tournament easily with an 838 (-26), while ORU finished at 871 (296-280-295).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team shot its best round since 2015 on Monday and sits in fourth place out of 14 teams at the Bubba Barnett Intercollegiate. ORU fired an eight-under, 280 in the second round to finish the day at even par 576 (296-280), while Arkansas State leads the team race at 549 (273-276).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team tied for the third best round of the day and moved up two spots to finish fourth overall with a score of 876 (294-291-291) at the ORU/SFA Challenge, which concluded play Wednesday. North Texas won the team championship with a score of 865 (290-290-285).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team shot 294 in the opening round of the ORU/SFA Challenge, Monday, at TPC Four Seasons, finishing the day sixth overall. Rice leads the field at 285, while Stephen F. Austin’s Blake Stock shot 67, the best individual round of the day.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team stayed consistent but was unable to move up the standings, Saturday, as the Golden Eagles finished 10th overall at 866 (289-287-290) at the 2018 Border Olympics. Campbell came from behind with a final round 274 to win the event at 843 (286-283-274).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team was solid all day, finishing the first 36 holes of the Border Olympics at even par (289-287—576) and in a four-way tie for seventh place out of 17 teams. Arkansas State shot 567 (281-286) and leads the tournament.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team finished the third and final round at -1, 287, moving up to 13th place at the Mobile Sports Authority Invitational, Tuesday. ORU finished the tournament at 891 (306-298-287), while 29th-ranked Florida State won easily at 834 (280-278-276).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team finished round one at 306 and in 14th place as the Golden Eagles began their spring season at the Mobile Sports Authority Invitational Monday. Florida State, ranked 29th in the nation, leads the tournament at 280 (-8).
The Oral Roberts men's golf team was picked to finish the season third, it was announced Friday as The Summit League revealed its 2018 men's golf preseason poll and watch list. South Dakota was picked to win the league, while Denver was picked second.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team had a pair of golfers competing among the nation’s best at the 2017 Patriot All-America Invitational. Started in 2011, the Patriot All-American Invitational features golfers from every NCAA division and throughout the championship, each participant honors a fallen or injured soldier by carrying a bag bearing the name of that individual.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team put together an impressive three days at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite to finish post the eighth best 54-hole score in school history to finish third overall at the event.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team shot its best round of the season and the best since March 15, 2017 as the Golden Eagles finished tied for fourth at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Tuesday. Grand Canyon won the team championship at 832 after a -14, 270 in the final round, while ORU (287-289-285) finished fourth at 861.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team put together a pair of sub-290 rounds on Monday at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate to finish the day fourth at 596 (287-289). New Mexico State (279-282—561) is -7 through 36 holes and has a one shot lead over Grand Canyon.
Weather continued to wreak havoc on the David Toms Intercollegiate, Saturday, as the event was shortened to a 36-hole tournament. The Oral Roberts men?s golf team shot 301 in the lone round of the day to move to seventh overall. After entering the day with a three shot lead, LSU put together an incredible round of 277 (-11) on Saturday to win the team championship by 17 shots.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team shot 304 in the opening round of the David Toms Intercollegiate and is tied for eighth overall after the first round. Host LSU leads the field after firing an even par 288.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team shot 296 on Tuesday in the final round of the Ram Masters Invitational, holding steady in the rankings at 16th overall. ORU shot 889 (293-300-296) for the tournament while Colorado State won their home tournament with a 54-hole score of 823 (268-280-275).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team started the 2017 fall season Monday at the Ram Masters Invitational, hosted by Colorado State. The Golden Eagles shot 593 (293-300) and are tied with Wichita State for 16th overall. After a tournament record 268 in the first round, Colorado State finished the day with the lead at 548 (268-280).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team had a solid final round, but could not hold off the charge from South Dakota State as the Golden Eagles finished runners-up at 879 (297-289-293). SDSU claimed the team title by two shots at 877 (293-300-284).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team was unfazed by weather that canceled the practice round and condensed the three day tournament to two, as the Golden Eagles used a fantastic second round to open a six shot lead with 18 holes to play at the Summit League Championship.
Oral Roberts sophomore golfer Cody Burrows has been named to the All-Summit League First Team for the second consecutive season after leading the Summit League in scoring through the first nine tournaments of the year.