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.
A thunderstorm rolled into the Austin area around 10:30 and eventually forced the cancellation of the final round of the Jim West Intercollegiate. ORU officially finishes the tournament sixth at 597 (293-286), five shots back of champion Rice, who shot 574 (289-285) in what ended as a 36-hole tournament.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team shot its second best round of the season and sits in sixth place of a highly-competitive Jim West Intercollegiate after finishing the first two rounds at 579 (293-286), five shots back of Rice who leads the tournament at 574 (289-285).
With a pair of freshmen earning top-20 finishes for the first time in their careers, the Oral Roberts men’s golf team finished in a tie for seventh Tuesday at the Little Rock/First Tee Classic with a 54-hole score of 892 (296-299-297).
Mid-year transfer Mike Biata used a first round 69 to lead the Oral Roberts men’s golf team to a 595 (296-299) on the opening day of the Little Rock/First Tee Classic, contested Monday at Chenal Country Club.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team posted one of the best rounds in school history Thursday in the final round of the Bob Sitton Invitational, jumping to fourth in the standings at 874 (296-294-284). Only twice since 2013 has ORU posted a lower score. Arkansas State finished the tournament at even par 852 (288-282-282) to earn the 10-stroke victory.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team matched its season low with a 294 Wednesday in the second round of the Bob Sitton Invitational to move up to seventh place out of 24 teams. Arkansas State leads the way at 570 (288-282) with ORU sitting at 590 (296-294).
Joshua Montgomery improved seven shots and jumped nearly 30 spots in the standings and Cody Burrows again led the way for the Oral Roberts men’s golf team as the Golden Eagles finished 19th in the 36-hole Border Olympics.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team held steady on Sunday at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate, shooting 309 to finish the tournament 21st at 916 (311-296-309). Oregon won the tournament by nine shots after shooting 838 (282-271-285).
Day two was much more promising for the Oral Roberts men’s golf team as the Golden Eagles shot 296, a 15-shot improvement, in the second round of the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate. ORU currently sits at 607 (311-296) after two rounds and is in 21st place.
The Oral Roberts men's golf team started its spring season in California this weekend as the Golden Eagles began the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate. Cody Burrows is tied for 11th overall, leading ORU to a 311 score after 18 holes, putting the Golden Eagles 20th overall.
The Oral Roberts University Athletic Department has announced its 2017 Hall of Fame Class, which will be honored at halftime of the ORU men’s basketball game against IUPUI January 14, which will tip off at 3 p.m. Former ORU student-athletes Charleton Dechert (men’s golf), Faithy Kamangila (women’s track/cross country), Sam McCants (men’s basketball) and Tyler Saladino (baseball) make up the 2017 class of inductees.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team took advantage of the November signing period and added two new golfers, including Mike Biata, who will join the team in the spring semester. Dustin Hasley will join the Golden Eagle squad as a freshman in the fall of 2017.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team continued to play well and broke 300 as a team for the fourth straight round as the Golden Eagles shot 882 (292-294-296) to finish 10th overall at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate.
Two of the best rounds of the season put the Oral Roberts men’s golf team in ninth place after two rounds of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Monday. ORU shot 292-294—586 on day one of the event while Grand Canyon holds a 12 shot lead as the only team under par as a team, shooting 277-280—557.
Just shy of finishing the second round, darkness halted play at the Paintbrush Invitational, with the Oral Roberts men’s golf team sitting in 12th place in an outstanding field of competition that includes a pair of Big 12 teams as well as teams from the Big 10 and Pac 12.
For the second tournament in a row the Oral Roberts men’s golf team saved its best round for last as the Golden Eagles finished with a 296 to take eighth at the Memphis Intercollegiate Tuesday. ORU finished at 913 (311-306-296) for the tournament while Little Rock came from behind to win the event at 897 (304-303-288).
Scores across the board were inflated as the wind blew through Memphis on Monday in the first round of the Memphis Intercollegiate. The Oral Roberts men’s golf team hung in the middle of the pack and finished the day ninth overall at 617 (311-306).