FORT WORTH — The Texas Tech men’s golf team finished second in a packed field at the Ben Hogan Collegiate Invitational, boosted by 67 finishes from Tyran Snyders and Matthew Comegys and first 10 finishes from Calum Scott and Ludvig Aberg.
Scott (68-69-70) and Aberg (69-67-71) are tied for eighth. Snyders (71-72-67) tied for 19th and Comegys (77-70-67) cracked the top 40. Jack Wall (73-76-77) rounded out the Red Raiders lineup.
Ten of the nation’s top 20 teams, including six of the top 10, played the 54-hole round which ended Tuesday at Colonial Country Club. The No. 20 North Carolina won the tournament with an aggregate score of 15 under par, followed by No. 6 Texas Tech at 6 under, Pepperdine and No. 5 Arizona State at 5 under and No. 1 Vanderbilt at 1 under.
No. 18 Oklahoma State, No. 2 Stanford and Texas rounded out the top eight in the 16-team field, and No. 14 Florida, Oregon and TCU tied for ninth.
TCU’s Gustav Frimodt (71-66-65) was the tournament medalist at 8 under, one shot better than Pepperdine’s William Mouw (66-70-67). Vanderbilt’s Gordon Sargent (72-66-66), Texas’ Christiaan Maas (70-67-67) and North Carolina’s Austin Greaser (70-66-68) were two strokes behind at 6 under.
LCU Men’s Golf
AMARILLO — Lubbock Christian University finished 16th out of 17 teams in the Ryan Palmer Foundation Invitational that ended Monday at Amarillo Country Club.
The Chaparrals were led by Braxton Floyd (74-72-71), who tied for 50th at 7 over par, and Hayden Bowman (69-75-74), who tied for 56th at 8 above. Jackson Comer (78-78-72), Jake Bowen (76-77-76) and Tiaan De Jager (82-74-76) also played for LCU.
Oklahoma Christian won the tournament by six strokes over Midwest State and by 11 over Western New Mexico.
Lubbock Christian University will complete a four-game home streak when the Lady Chaps host Texas Woman’s at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Lone Star Conference action at the Rip Griffin Center.
LCU (7-11, 3-4) played three home games in four days last week, beating Midwestern State and St. Edward’s and losing to St. Mary’s. Texas Woman’s (11-6, 2-3) snapped a three-game conference losing streak last Wednesday by winning a five-setter in Eastern New Mexico.
Lily Bickley, Sage Chain, Kiana Fallaha and Aaliyah Gray lead the Lady Chaps offense with 148, 144, 135 and 130, respectively. Kayton Genenbacher has 657 assists and Kendall Mahaney has 298 digs.
Kaia Saylor and Tori Woods lead the Texas Women’s with 171 and 170 kills, respectively.
LCU Men’s Football
Lubbock Christian University plays the first of back-to-back games against ranked opponents when the Chaparrals host Oklahoma’s No. 16 Christian at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the LCU Football and Track Facility.
LCU (3-4-3, 0-0-1) opened Lone Star Conference play with a 1-1 draw Saturday at West Texas A&M. Oklahoma Christian (7-1-2, 1-0) opened with a 2-1 win over No. 3 Midwest State. Midwestern (6-1-2, 0-1), now No. 8, hosts LCU at 3 p.m. Saturday.
The Chaps’ best weapons include Tariq Bakkali (three goals, four assists, 11 points) and Jordan Jayapuram (2-2-6). Goalie Tom Miles has two shutouts and a 1.00 goals-against average.