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April 24, 2007
BOSSIER CITY, La. - Centenary men's golf struggled in the final round of the 2007 Mid-Continent Conference Championships, played at the Golf Course at StoneBridge, Tuesday.
April 24, 2007
Files associated with this release: Final Round Scores - Teams Final Round Scores - Individuals Top 10 Scores Final Statistics Head Coach Martin Stuart with the Gents                     BOSSIER CITY, La. -- Centenary men’s golf struggled in the final round of the 2007 Mid-Continent Conference Championships, played at the Golf Course at StoneBridge, Tuesday. Over the final 18 holes, the Gents shot 347 to finish with a tournament score of 989 and in seventh place in the conference tournament. Contributing heavily to the team score of 347 in Tuesday’s round is the heartbreaking disqualification of Centenary senior David Viviano’s (Lafayette, La.) round of 72. Playing in his final collegiate tournament and representing Centenary with honor during his four years, Viviano went from one of the greatest highlights of his golf career to a disappointing disqualification. On the 17th hole, the lone senior on the Gents had a hole in one on the par 3, accomplishing one of the greatest feats in all of sports. Turning in a scorecard with a round of even-par 72, a four was mistakenly marked on sixth hole in which there should have been a five. With the card already signed for, this mistake resulted in the disqualification of the senior. With Viviano’s score, the Gents third-round total would’ve been dropped from 347 to 327 and the senior would’ve finished in a tie for 15th with a three-round score of 222. He registered the lone ace of the tournament. Viviano holds the lowest scoring average for Centenary this season. Centenary freshman Tyler Williams (Shreveport) shot his best round of the tournament in Tuesday’s final round, registering an 81 to finish 31st with a 247. Behind Williams, fellow-freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe) shot an 87 to finish 32nd (251), while freshman Nick Faitz (North Little Rock, Ark.) finished 33rd with a 257 over three rounds. Gent sophomore John Hogan (Ede
April 23, 2007
BOSSIER CITY, La. - Centenary represented itself well at the 2007 Mid-Continent Conference Golf Championships, held at the Golf Course at StoneBridge Monday and Tuesday.
April 23, 2007
Files associated with this release: First Day Scores - Men's First Day Scores - Women's David Viviano BOSSIER CITY, La. -- Centenary represented itself well at the 2007 Mid-Continent Conference Golf Championships, held at the Golf Course at StoneBridge Monday and Tuesday. On the brink of pulling off the unpredictable, the women’s golf team stands in second place after two rounds, led by the stellar play of junior Chloe’ Mims (Texarkana, Texas) and sophomore Jessica Garza (McKinney, Texas) . Tying her season-low round in the second round of the Mid-Con Championship, Mims shot up the leaderboard with a 1-over 73 Monday afternoon. With 18 holes to play, the Centenary junior sits in a tie for second place in the tournament, playing in the final group of the tournament Tuesday. Joining Mims in the top five of the tournament, Garza shot rounds of 78-80 Monday to stand in a tie for fourth. The steady Centenary sophomore, who leads the Ladies in stroke average this season, led all tournament players on par 3’s, shooting even par on par 3’s over 36 holes. Heavily involved in the Ladies standing in second after the first day, freshman Brittany Blackwell (Colleyville, Texas) picked the right time of the season to shoot her career-low round. In Monday’s first round, Blackwell shot one of three 80’s on the Centenary team, sitting in a tie for 11th after the first day. Centenary sophomore Tracy Williams (Van Alstyne, Texas) shot 80-89 Monday, while fellow-sophomore Leigh Newton (Edmonton, Alberta) recorded rounds of 84-85 to stand tied for 18th. As a team, Centenary shot 318-320 (638) to stand four strokes ahead of third place Oakland University. On the men’s side, senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La.) was well off to ending his collegiate career with a bang, carding a 1-under 71 in Monday’s first round and standing in the top 10 after 18 holes. In Monday afternoon’s round, the play of Viviano dropped off a bit, as the senior
April 22, 2007
SHREVEPORT, La. - Mid-Continent teams collide in Bossier City this week, as Centenary is set to host the 2007 Mid-Continent Conference Golf Championships at the Golf Course at StoneBridge Monday and Tuesday.
April 4, 2007
Files associated with this release: Final Round Scores Freshman Mark Weeber BOSSIER CITY, La. -- Centenary shot a final round score of 314 to finish 10th in the Hal Sutton Intercollegiate Tuesday. Played at the Golf Club at StoneBridge, the Gents finished with a team score of 940 in the three-round event. Senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La.) , playing in his final regular season tournament of his collegiate career, led Centenary in the final round with a 3-over 75 to finish in a tie for 19th. Over the two-day tournament, Viviano finished with a combined score of 226 (78-73-75) to lead the Gents for the third time this season in StoneBridge events. Freshman Tyler Williams (Shreveport) shot his best round of the tournament in Tuesday’s final round, carding a 78 to stand tied for 44th in the final standings. Williams had a tournament score of 238 (79-81-78). In a tie for 51st in the Hal Sutton Intercollegiate, sophomore John Hogan (Eden Praire, Minn.) struggled in Tuesday’s final round, shooting an 89 for a tournament score of 242 (76-77-89). Freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe) finished with a tournament score of 243, shooting an 81 Tuesday, while fellow-freshman Nick Faitz (North Little Rock, Ark.) had his best round in the tournament in the final round with an 80. Weeber and Faitz finished 55th and 60th, respectively. In the final round, both Williams and Faitz shot their best 18-hole scores for the tournament. Louisiana Tech took the tournament crown over Louisiana-Lafayette in a playoff. Both tied with 879 after 54 holes, Tech won the tournament on the first playoff hole, led in the event by Trey McNeill’s (216) 5th place finish. Finishing third in the tournament was Birmingham-Southern. Individual champion Robert Lindstrom led the Panthers over the two days, finishing the event with a 1-under 71 Tuesday. Over 54 holes, Lindstrom finished with a 7-under 209 (71-67-71) to win the event. As StoneBridge will play host to the 2007 Mid-Continent
April 2, 2007
Files associated with this release: First Day Scores - Team First Day Scores - Individuals David Viviano is tied for 27th after the first day at StoneBridge BOSSIER CITY, La. -- Centenary shot 626 over the first two rounds of the 2007 Hal Sutton Intercollegiate to stand in 10th place Monday. Played locally at the Golf Course at StoneBridge, the Gents shot 315-311 over Monday’s two rounds, led by the shooting of senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La.) . Sitting in a tie for 27th amongst individual players at the Hal Sutton, Viviano started Monday with a 6-over 78 in the first round, only to come back and shoot a 1-over 73 in the second round. Right behind Viviano and tied for 32nd in the tournament, sophomore John Hogan (Eden Prairie, Minn.) shot 153 Monday, going 76-77 over the two rounds. On the StoneBridge course, which will play host to the 2007 Mid-Continent Conference Championships in late April, Hogan tied his season-low score with the 76 in the first round. Centenary freshman Tyler Williams (Shreveport, La.) stands 51st with a two-round score of 160 (79-81). Fellow freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe) shot 82-80 (162) to tie for 53rd in the tournament. Freshman Nick Faitz (North Little Rock, Ark.) is in 61st place with a score of 169 (84-85) after Monday’s two rounds. In the team competition, Louisiana-Lafayette stands as the overall leader with a team score of 584 (297-287). Lafayette stood in third place after the first round, moving into first place with a second round team score of 287. First round team leaders, UMKC, stands in second place with a score of 587 (289-298), three shots behind Lafayette. Louisiana Tech sits in third place with a score of 588. Individually, Robert Lindstrom of Birmingham-Southern holds the overall lead with a score of 138. In Monday’s second round, Lindstrom shot the low round of the day, carding a 5-under 67. The final round of the event is scheduled for a shotgun start Tuesday at 8 a.m. < < Return to Gent
March 15, 2007
Files associated with this release: Team Scores Individual Scores David Viviano led all players with a 2-under 70 Thursday BOSSIER CITY, La. -- Senior David Viviano shot a 2-under 70 to finish first overall in the dual match between the Centenary men’s golf team and Southern Utah Thursday at the Golf Club at StoneBridge. The Thunderbirds defeated the Gents, 291-298, in the team competition. Excelling at the site of this season’s Mid-Continent Conference Championships, played April 23-24 on the par-72 StoneBridge course, Viviano birdied five holes in Thursday’s round. The Lafayette, La., native shot a 34 on the back nine Thursday to win the individual competition by a stroke over Nate Page and Matt McArthur, both of Southern Utah. Over the final nine holes, Viviano made three birdies. Shooting a 1-over 73 in Thursday’s round and tying his low round of the season, freshman Tyler Williams (Shreveport) shot par on the back nine to finish fourth amongst the 10 players competing. With scores of 38-38 Thursday for a 4-over 76, freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe) finished seventh, while sophomore John Hogan (Eden Prairie, Minn.) and Nick Faitz (North Little Rock, Ark.) shot 79 and 82, respectively. Page and McArthur of the Thunderbirds both shot 1-under 71 Thursday, with Page shooting 35 on the back nine at StoneBridge. The round of 298 Thursday tied the low round for the season for the Gents. Centenary next competes April 2, returning to StoneBridge for the start of the Hal Sutton Classic. In the final tune-up for the Gents prior to the conference tournament, Centenary looks to adapt and adjust to the StoneBridge course and continue to prepare for the Mid-Con Championships later in April. Centenary vs. Southern Utah (March 15) Par 72 6,954 Golf Club at Stonebridge Pl. School Rd.1 Total 1. Southern Utah 291 291 2. Centenary 298 298         Individuals Pl. Name, School Rd.1 Total 1. David Viviano, Centenary 70 7
March 6, 2007
Files associated with this release: Final Day Scores - Teams Final Day Scores - Individuals Mark Weeber shot a 71 in the final round Tuesday JACKSON, Tenn. -- The Centenary men’s golf team, led by the play of Tyler Williams , finished in 10th place at the Grover Page Classic, played in Jackson, Tenn. at the Jackson Country Club. Shooting a season-best round of 298 in the third round of this week’s tournament, the Gents finished with a tournament total score of 921 to finish in 10th place. Williams, a freshman from Shreveport, shot a career-best 73 in the final round of this week’s tournament to finish in a tie for 15th at the Grover Page. With a tournament total score of 225, Williams captured his first top 20 finish of his collegiate career, going 74-78-73 over the two-day event. Carding the best round of any Centenary player in the final round and recording his best round as a collegian, freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe) had a three-round score of 231 to stand in tie for 35th in the tournament. Weeber shot a 1-under 71 in Tuesday’s final round to lead all Gent players, shooting back-to-back 80’s in the first two rounds. Tuesday marked the first time this season that two freshmen stood as the top two finishers for the Gents this season. Struggling in the second round of the Grover Page, senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La.) finished in tie for 54th in the tournament. Viviano stood as the first round leader with a 2-under 70 Monday. In the second round, the senior went through his worst round this season, carding a 90 and falling out of contention for the tournament crown. Viviano shot a 4-over 76 to close the tournament with a three-round total of 236. John Hogan (Eden Prairie, Minn.) finished tied for 59th with a 237, while Nick Faitz (North Little Rock, Ark.) shot a 78 in the third round to finish in a tie for 69th with a 242. Holding the team lead following Monday’s first round, North Alabama shot 291-289 over the secon
March 5, 2007
Files associated with this release: First Round Scores - Team First Round Scores - Individual David Viviano shot a 2-under 70 in the first round to hold the lead JACKSON, Tenn. -- Centenary senior David Viviano stands tied for the overall individual lead after the first round of the Grover Page Classic Monday. The Gents are in a tie for sixth place in the overall team competition. Viviano, a native of Lafayette, La., shot a 2-under par 70 in the opening round of the Grover Page, played at the Jackson Country Club, in Jackson, Tenn. Monday marked the first time this season the senior golfer has held the lead following the first round, standing tied with John Slayton of Tennessee-Martin. In Monday’s round, Viviano was just one of six golfers to shoot rounds under par. Freshman Tyler Williams (Shreveport) shot the second-best round of any Centenary player, shooting a season-best score of 74. Williams, who bettered his season-best round by two strokes, stands tied for 17th after Monday’s round. Freshmen Nick Faitz (North Little Rock, Ark.) and Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe) shot 79 and 80, respectively. Faitz stands tied for 52nd in the tournament, while Weeber is tied for 80th. Shooting an 81 in the first round, sophomore John Hogan (Eden Prairie, Minn.) stands tied for 65th in the tournament. For the first round, Centenary shot 303 as a team, standing tied with Murray State. The 303 (+15) shot by the Gents matched the season-low round for the team. Holding the overall team lead following the opening 18 holes, the University of North Alabama shot 288 to lead the tournament by seven strokes. Tournament hosts Tennessee-Martin stands in second place with a team score of 295, followed by Tennessee State, which shot 301 to stand in third. The second round of the tournament resumes Tuesday morning at the Jackson Country Club. < < Return to Gents Golf schedule
February 27, 2007
Files associated with this release: Final Round Scores - Teams Final Round Scores - Individuals David Viviano shot a round of 1-under 71 Tuesday BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Senior David Viviano led the Centenary men’s golf team to an eighth-place finish at the 2007 BSC Spring Shootout, played at the Oxmoor Valley Golf Course, on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Monday and Tuesday. The Gents shot 924 over the three rounds of the tournament. Viviano, a native of Lafayette, La., finished tied for 29th in the tournament, which featured a field of over 80 players. The senior shot the lone round under par for the Gents in the tournament, carding a 1-under 71 in Tuesday’s final round. For the tournament, Viviano had a three-round total of (79-78-71), standing second amongst all players in pars in the tournament (38). Standing tied for 18th following Monday’s two rounds, freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe) shot a final round score of 79 to slip back 11 spots to finish in 29th place. Weeber finished with a tournament score of 230 (74-77-79). Also shooting a 79 in the final round, freshman Tyler Williams (Shreveport) finished tied for 44th in the tournament. Williams excelled on par 5 holes over the two days, shooting 3-under over 54 hole to stand third in par-5 scoring in the tournament. Freshman Nick Faitz (North Little Rock, Ark.) improved by two strokes over his second-round score, shooting an 82 in the final round for a three-round score of 240, good for 56th place. Sophomore John Hogan (Eden Prairie, Minn.) shot 88 in the final round for a tournament score of 247. The team competition was won by Tennessee Tech with a team score of 871 (292-291-288). Standing in second place following Monday’s first and second rounds, Tennessee Tech defeated tournament hosts Birmingham-Southern by four strokes (875). Birmingham-Southern had led the team competition with a two-round score of 580. In total, four of the five Tennessee Tech golfers finished in the top
February 26, 2007
Files associated with this release: First Day Scores - Teams First Day Scores - Individuals Mark Weeber is tied for 18th at the BSC Spring Shootout BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Played on the Oxmoor Valley Golf Course, on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, the Centenary men’s golf team stands 10th in the BSC Spring Shootout after 36 holes. Led by the play of freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe) , the Gents shot a team score of 613 (306-307) over the first two rounds of the tournament. Weeber carded rounds of 3-over par 74 and 4-over 77 in the first two rounds to stand tied for 18th in the tournament. Following Weeber, freshman Tyler Williams (Shreveport) stands tied for 38th with a two-round total of 155 (79-76). Senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La.) is tied for 49th with rounds of 79-78 (157), while freshman Nick Faitz (North Little Rock, Ark.) is tied for 51st, shooting 158 (74-84) over two rounds. Sophomore John Hogan (Eden Prairie, Minn.) rounds out the Gent competitors with rounds of 83-76 (159) Monday. Standing with the overall lead, tournament hosts Birmingham-Southern shot a two-round total of 580, standing three strokes clear of second place Tennessee Tech. J.T. Clendenin of Birmingham-Southern holds the overall individual lead with rounds of 6-under 66 and 1-under 71. Clendenin has a two-round total of 137 to hold the individual lead by five strokes. The final round of the tournament is slated for a 9 a.m. start Tuesday. < < Return to Gents Golf schedule
November 7, 2006
Files associated with this release: Battle on the Bend - Final Round Scores John Hogan finished tied for 24th Tuesday MANY, La. -- The Centenary men’s golf team concluded the Fall portion of the 2006-07 season, finishing 12th in the Louisiana-Lafayette Battle on the Bend. Played at Cypress Bend, in Many, La., the Gents shot a final round Tuesday of 319. After rain forced the cancellation of Monday’s second round at the Battle on the Bend, teams resumed action Tuesday morning, playing the par 72, 6,707-yard course at Cypress Bend. Leading the way for the Gents in this week’s 36-hole tournament was sophomore John Hogan (Eden Prairie, Minn./Eden Prairie) , who finished in a tie for 24th. Hogan shot a final round of 77 for a total of 151 (74-77), registering the low round for Centenary in the tournament with his 74 in Sunday’s first round. Senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La./Thomas More) shot back-to-back rounds of 77 (154) in the tournament, finishing tied for 37th. Behind Viviano, freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe/Prince Edward) shot 84 Tuesday, finishing in 59th place with a two-round total of 165 (81-84). Freshman Tyler Williams (Shreveport/C.E. Byrd) shot 87-81 (168) for 61st place, while sophomore Zach Bruhnke (Keithville, La./Huntington) finished 63rd with rounds of 88-85 (173). Sam Houston State took the tournament team title with a score 585 (302-283). With the tournament limited to two rounds, the Bearkats moved from fourth place to first with a final round of 283, led by medalist Fergal Rafferty. Shooting a 3-under 69 in Tuesday’s final round, Rafferty finished with a tournament score of 2-under 142, two strokes ahead of Jeremey Jeansonne (144) of McNeese State. TEAM Pl. School Rd.1 Rd.2 Total 1. Sam Houston State 302 283 585 2. Texas-San Antonio 298 289 587 3. Baylor 299 295 594 4. Louisiana-Lafayette 302 293 595 5. New Orleans 302 295 597 6. McNeese State 299 302 601 7. North Texas 303 307 610 8. Texas State 309 303 612
November 5, 2006
Files associated with this release: Battle on the Bend - Round 1 Scores John Hogan led the Gents with a 2-over 74 Sunday MANY, La. -- The Centenary men’s golf team stands 12th after the first round of the Battle on the Bend, hosted by Louisiana-Lafayette, Sunday. The Gents shot a team score of 319 in the first round. Played at Cypress Bend (par 72, 6707 yards), in Many, La., the Gents were led by the strong play of sophomore John Hogan (Eden Prairie, Minn./Eden Prairie) in Centenary’s final tournament of the 2006 Fall season. Hogan stands tied for seventh following the first 18 holes of play, shooting 2-over 74 in the opening round. Paring the back nine Sunday, Hogan set a new season-low score for 18 holes with his 74, looking to stay low through the next two days of play. Tied for 31st in the tournament, senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More) shot 5-over 77 in the first round, shooting par on the opening nine holes. Freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe/Prince Edward) shot 81 in the first round to stand tied for 52nd. Texas-San Antonio shot 298 to lead the overall team competition, leading Baylor and McNeese State by one stroke. Jeremey Jeansonne of McNeese State and Dustin Thompson of North Texas stand tied for the individual lead, both carding a 1-under 71 in the opening round. Teams resume tournament play Monday morning, playing the final 18 holes Tuesday morning. TEAM Pl. Team Score 1. Texas-San Antonio 298 T2. Baylor 299 T2. McNeese State 299 T4. Louisiana-Lafayette 302 T4. Sam Houston State 302 T4. New Orleans 302 7. North Texas 303 8. Texas State 309 9. Texas-Pan American 310 10. Stephen F. Austin 314 11. Nicholls State 315 12. Centenary 319 INDIVIDUAL Pl. Player Score T1. Jeremey Jeansonne, MSU 71 (37-34) T1. Dustin Thompson, NT 71 (36-35) 3. Kyle Tudi, UTPA 72 (38-34) CENTENARY Pl. Player Score T7. John Hogan 74 (38-36) T31. David Viviano 77 (36-41) T52. Mark Weeber 81 (43-38) 61. Tyler Williams 87 (46-41) T62. Zach Bruhnke 88
October 24, 2006
Files associated with this release: ORU Shootout - Final Day Scores Mark Weeber BROKEN ARROW, Okla. -- On the final day of play, the Centenary men’s golf team finished 12th in the Oral Roberts University Shootout, played at the Indian Springs Country Club, in Broken Arrow, Okla., Tuesday. Led in the final round by freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe/Prince Edward) , the Gents shot 321 over the final 18 holes, finishing with a team score of 953. Weeber, who finished 29th in the tournament to lead Centenary, shot a 2-over 74 in the final round, completing the tournament with a three-round total of 227 (80-73-74). Behind Weeber, freshman Nick Faitz (North Little Rock, Ark./Catholic) shot 79 in the final round, finishing in a tie for 59th in the tournament with a score of 243 (81-83-79). Senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More) finished in a tie for 55th with a three-round score of 240 (80-76-84). Winning the tournament by just one stroke, Oklahoma City University shot 285 in the final round to take the team title in the ORU Shootout. The Stars shot a three-round score of 874 (299-290-285), one stroke better than UMKC (291-298-286--875). Alex Hogben of UMKC took the individual title, carding a 3-under 69 in the final round. Hogben recorded a 211 (71-71-69) in the tournament, three shots better than John Sutko of Creighton (214). Centenary returns to action Nov. 7, competing in the Louisiana-Lafayette Battle of the Bend. TEAM Team - Score 1. Oklahoma City University - 874 (299-290-285) 2. UMKC - 875 (291-298-286) 3. Missouri State - 882 (295-293-294) 4. Southern Illinois - 884 (297-294-293) 5. Oral Roberts - 892 (291-293-308) 6. Illinois State - 896 (302-297-297) 7. Midland CC - 897 (301-304-292) 8. Central Oklahoma - 899 (300-289-310) 9. Creighton - 919 (305-305-309) T10. North Dakota State - 927 (309-307-311) T10. McNeese State - 927 (304-309-314) 12. Centenary - 953 (322-310-321)   INDIVIDUAL          
October 23, 2006
Files associated with this release: ORU Shootout - First Day Scores Mark Weeber BROKEN ARROW, Okla. -- The Centenary men’s golf team stands in 12th place after 36 holes in the ORU Shootout, played at the Indian Springs Country Club, in Broken Arrow, Okla. The Gents finished two rounds with a team score of 632. With Monday’s first round was delayed more than 90 minutes due to frost, Centenary shot 322-310 in the first two rounds of the ORU Shootout. Carding a 1-over 73 in Monday’s second round, tying his season-low score for one round, freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe/Prince Edward) stands tied for 32nd for the Gents. Weeber shot 80-73 for a two-round total of 153 with one round left in the tournament. Senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More) stands tied for 45th after 36 holes, shooting 80-76 (153) in Monday’s two rounds. Tournament hosts Oral Roberts leads the tournament after two rounds, with a team score of 584 (291-293). The Golden Eagles lead second place Missouri State by four strokes (295-293--588) entering Tuesday’s final round. Leading the individual competition, Colby Shrum of Central Oklahoma and Alex Hogben of UMKC are tied for the lead after 36 holes, both with a two-round total of 2-under 142. Play continues in Tuesday’s final round at 9 a.m. TEAM Team - Score 1. Oral Roberts - 584 (291-293) 2. Missouri State - 588 (295-293) T3. Central Oklahoma - 589 (300-289) T3. UMKC - 589 (291-298) T3. Oklahoma City University - 589 (299-290) 6. Southern Illinois - 591 (297-294) 7. Illinois State - 599 (302-297) 8. Midland CC - 605 (301-304) 9. Creighton - 610 (305-305) 10. McNeese State - 613 (304-309) 11. North Dakota State - 616 (309-307) 12. Centenary - 632 (322-310)   INDIVIDUAL Player, School - Score T1. Colby Shrum, UCO - 142 (74-68) T1. Alex Hogben, UMKC - 142 (71-71) T3. Austin Hannah, ORU - 143 (71-72) T3. Scott Stiles, ORU - 143 (72-71)     CENTENARY T32. Mark Weeber - 153 (80-73) T45
September 26, 2006
Mark Weeber led the Gents in Tuesday's final round LAKE CHARLES, La. -- Shooting a final round score of 319, the Centenary men’s golf team finished seventh in the 2006 Moe O’Brien Memorial Tuesday, played in Lake Charles, La., at Gray Plantation. The Gents shot 964 (329-316-319) over the two-day event at Gray Plantation (par 72, 7081 yds.). Freshman Mark Weeber (Harare, Zimbabwe/Prince Edward) led the Gents in the final round, shooting a 4-over 76 Tuesday. With a 54-hole total of 237, Weeber was the high finisher for Centenary, standing in 30th place. Senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More) finished in 31st, shooting 238 (83-75-80) for the three rounds. McNeese State, which hosted the tournament, shot 880 (295-286-299) to take the team title. In the individual competition, McNeese junior Sigmundur Masson was the event medalist, shooting a 54-hole total of 9-under 207. In the final round, Masson shot a 3-under 69, helping the Cowboys to their second tournament win of the season. Centenary next plays at the Oral Roberts Shootout, played Oct. 23-24, in Tulsa, Okla. O’Brien Memorial TEAM STANDINGS (RD1. - RD2. - RD3. = Total) 1. McNeese State (295 - 286 - 299 = 880) 2. Stephen F. Austin (296 - 305 - 290 = 891) 3. Nicholls State (300 - 303 - 289 = 892) 4. New Orleans (306 - 292 - 295 = 893) 5. Texas State (311 - 309 - 293 = 913) 6. Central Arkansas (309 - 308 - 298 = 915) 7. Centenary (329 - 316 - 319 = 964)   INDIVIDUAL (RD1. - RD2. - RD3. = Total) 1. Sigmundur Masson, MSU (70 - 68 - 69 = 207) 2. Chad Spencer, SFA (70 - 71 - 70 = 211) 3. Jose Toledo, UNO (72 - 69 - 72 = 213) T4. Donny Schmitt, NSU (71 - 77 - 73 = 221) T4. Matthew Oates, SFA (74 - 74 - 73 = 221)   CENTENARY (RD1. - RD2. - RD3. = Total) 30. Mark Weeber (80 - 81 - 76 = 237) 31. David Viviano (83 - 75 - 80 = 238) 34. Nick Faitz (86 - 79 - 80 = 245) 35. Tyler Williams (80 - 81 - 85 = 246) 40. Zach Bruhnke (97 - 90 - 83 = 270) < < Return to Gents Golf schedule
September 25, 2006
David Viviano stands tied for 29th after 36 holes LAKE CHARLES, La. -- After 36 holes, the Centenary men’s golf team stands in seventh place in the Moe O’Brien Memorial Tournament, played at Gray Plantation, in Lake Charles, La. The Gents shot a two-round total of 645 (329-316) Monday, led by senior David Viviano (Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More). Standing in a tie for 29th, Viviano shot rounds of 83 and 75 for a two-round total of 158. Tournament hosts McNeese State leads the 54-hole tournament with a score of 581 (295-286). Entering Tuesday’s final round, the Cowboys hold a 17-shot lead over second place New Orleans (598). McNeese State junior Sigmundur Masson leads the individual competition, shooting rounds of 70-68 for a score of 6-under 138. The final round tees off Tuesday morning. TEAM 1. McNeese State (295-286 = 581) 2. New Orleans (306-292 = 598) 3. Stephen F. Austin (296-305 = 601) 4. Nicholls State (300-303 = 603) 5. Central Arkansas (309-308 = 617) 6. Texas State (311-309 = 620) 7. Centenary (329-316 = 645)   INDIVIDUAL 1. Sigmundur Masson, MSU (70-68 = 138) T2. Jose Toledo, UNO (72-69 = 141) T2. Chad Spencer, SFA (70-71 = 141) T4. Jeremey Jeansonne, MSU (76-72 = 148) T4. Donny Schmitt, NSU (71-77 = 148) T4. Brandon Eaton, MSU (74-74 = 148) T4. Matthew Oates, SFA (74-74 = 148) T4. Hector Arias, UNO (72-76 = 148)   CENTENARY T29. David Viviano (83-75 = 158) T34. Mark Weeber (80-81 = 161) T34. Tyler Williams (80-81 = 161) 37. Nick Faitz (86-79 = 165) 41. Zach Bruhnke (97-90 = 187) < < Return to Gents Golf schedule