UHV Men's Golf In Metroplex


By: Don Brubaker


Updated: 3/04/2013 9:22 pm

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Vance Edwards and Steven Jones are tied for 43rd position after the opening two rounds of the 2013 NAIA Contender hosted by Northwood University at TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas.

The Jaguars posted rounds of 322-319 on Monday to finish at 614 and were in 14th place. Texas Wesleyan holds a 20-shot lead going into Tuesday's final round after the Rams posted a 283-291-574. Oklahoma Christian is second at 291-303-594 and Our Lady of the Lake is third at 303-298-601.

Edwards posted a 78-80-158, while Jones carded an 81-77-158 to lead the Jaguars. Colton Martin is a stroke back with a 78-81-159, while William Dawson-Hicks added an 85-81-166 and William "Jake" Truss an 87-82-169.

Texas Wesleyan's Nathan Anderson holds the individual lead with a 69-69-138, while teammate Blake Vinson is second at 70-73-143.

Final round play begins at 8 a.m. on Tuesday.

Team Scores

Texas Wesleyan                   283-291-574

Oklahoma Christian             291-303-594

Our Lady of the Lake           303-298-601

Grand View                         302-301-603

Wayland Baptist                  306-301-607

Oklahoma City                     305-303-608

Johnson&Wales (Fla.)          308-305-613

Lubbock Christian                303-313-616

Northwood TX                      303-315-618

Rogers State                       303-319-629

Houston St. Thomas            310-319-622

UT-Brownsville                     317-318-635

Oklahoma Baptist                320-316-636

UH-Victoria                         322-319-641

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