Oral Roberts senior golfer Cody Burrows finished his NCAA Tournament in style with birdies on four of the final five holes of his round, Wednesday. Burrows finished the NCAA Austin Regional in a tie for 34th place.
With an even par 71 in the second round of the NCAA Austin Regional, Oral Roberts senior Cody Burrows jumped more than 20 spots in the standings and sits in a tie for 39th overall with one round remaining.
After earning Oral Roberts’ first individual at-large bid into the NCAA Men’s Golf Tournament since 2007, senior Cody Burrows carded an opening round 78 and sits in a tie for 60th with 36 holes to play at the University of Texas Golf Club.
The NCAA announced its Public Recognition Awards this week, including three Oral Roberts teams; men's and women's golf and men's cross country. It is the third year in a row in which the ORU women's golf team has earned the distinction and the second year in a row for the men's golf team.
A stellar senior season will continue for Oral Roberts men’s golfer Cody Burrows, who earned an at-large berth into the Austin Regional of the NCAA Golf Tournament, it was announced Wednesday. Burrows tied for the individual championship at the 2019 Summit League Men’s Golf Championship and led The Summit League in stroke average this season.
For the second time in his Oral Roberts career, senior Cody Burrows earned an individual championship, finishing in a four-way tie for first at the 2019 Summit League Men’s Golf Championship. Denver’s Cal McCoy won medalist honors in a four-man playoff.
Summit League officials unveiled their 2018-19 Men's Golf First and Second All-League teams Saturday night at the championship banquet held at the Meridian Center. A vote of the league’s nine head coaches determined both teams.
The Oral Roberts golf team shot 292 in the final round and finished the Hawkeye Invitational in seventh place, Sunday. ORU (285-278-292—855) edged Indiana (856) and Wisconsin (857), while fellow Big Ten team Iowa (809) ran away with the team championship.
With the second best round in program history, the Oral Roberts men’s golf team moved up the leaderboard and sits in seventh place after two rounds of the Hawkeye Invitational. ORU (285-278—563) is in a tight race for third, just four shots back of the third spot, while Iowa (262-277—539) and Illinois (272-270—542) have separated from the field in a battle for the team championship.
A record-breaking duo from Oral Roberts swept the latest Summit League Golfer of the Week honors. Junior Beatriz Garcia captured the female honors after collecting medalist honors at the Kansas City Intercollegiate while senior Cody Burrows earned the male honor after turning his sixth top-five finish of the season at the Missouri Tiger Invitational.
Matching its best round of the season, the Oral Roberts men’s golf team shot 281 Tuesday and moved up to fifth place at the Missouri Tiger Invitational, finishing the tournament 16 under par at 848 (285-282-281). No. 35 TCU led from start to finish, shooting -40, 824, to win the team title.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team played well in the first round finishing at three under par, and found a way to top that in the second round shooting -6 to finish day one of the Missouri Tiger Invitational in sixth place at 567 (285-282, -9). Number 35 TCU leads the way at 544 (267-277).
The Oral Roberts men's golf team shot its best round of the tournament at finished 11th overall, Tuesday, at the Oregon Duck Invitational with a 54-hole score of 896 (297-304-295). Oregon State posted the only score under par on Tuesday and won the team title at 861.
The Oral Roberts men's golf team shot 601 (297-304) and finished day one in a tie for 10th place overall at the Oregon Duck Invitational, which began play Monday. Oregon State and Oregon each finished the day one over at 577 and are tied for the team lead.
South Dakota State’s Teresa Toscano and Oral Roberts’ Cody Burrow continued their impressive play and now have been recognized a combined nine times this season by Summit League officials. Toscano’s weekly honor is her fifth recognition of the season, tying her for the third most in a single season, while Burrows has been recognized eight times in his career – a figure that has him alone in third on the all-time list.
An even-par 72 in the final round moved senior Cody Burrows up to second overall to highlight action for the Oral Roberts men’s golf team Tuesday at the Border Olympics. ORU finished the tournament at 867 (283-288-296) and in ninth place, while Arkansas State increased their lead and won by 15 shots over the rest of the field at 835 (275-270-290).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team shot 283-288 en route to a 36-hole score of 571 (-5) on day one of the Border Olympics. The Golden Eagles are tied for seventh overall, as Arkansas State leads the way at 545 (-31).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team finished with a one-over, 289, in the final round of the 34th Annual Louisiana Classics, Tuesday, moving up to seventh overall at 890 (305-296-289). McNeese led from wire to wire with a 54-hole score of 863 (290-291-282).
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team battled cool and wet conditions and carded a 601 (305-296) to finish day one of the 34th Annual Louisiana Classics in 11th place. McNeese State shot 581 (290-291) to lead the team race.
The Oral Roberts’ golf programs swept the Summit League Golfer of the Week accolades Wednesday. Freshman Sarah Bell captured the first weekly accolade of her career on the women’s side, while senior Cody Burrows earned the fifth weekly honor of his career on the men’s side.
30 minutes into the final round of the Mobile Sports Authority Intercollegiate, rain came and the course was deemed unplayable, canceling the final round of the tournament and making the 36-hole results final. The Oral Roberts men's golf team shot -1 (287) in the second round of the Mobile Sports Authority Intercollegiate, Monday, and finishes in a four-way tie for seventh. The Golden Eagles shot 579 (292-287) to tie with Louisiana, Richmond and Illinois State in ORU's first tournament of the spring season.
The Oral Roberts men’s golf team shot -1 (287) in the second round of the Mobile Sports Authority Intercollegiate, Monday, and sits in a four-way tie for seventh place after 36 holes. The Golden Eagles shot 579 (292-287) to tie with Louisiana, Richmond and Illinois State on the first day of the spring season.
Three teams received multiple first-place votes, but it was South Dakota that emerged from the pack to top The Summit League's Men's Golf preseason poll released Friday by league officials. The Coyotes garnered four first-place tallies and edged Denver, who received three, to claim the top spot by two points. Oral Roberts was third with 49 points while defending champion North Dakota State was picked fourth with 48 points.