Gents Finish in 14th at ASU Wolf Classic
Tuesday, April 14, 2009

JONESBORO, Ark.—Mark Weeber’s final round of 73 wasn’t enough to elevate the Centenary men’s golf team to higher finish after day one. The Gents (316-314-317) completed the Arkansas State Red Wolf Classic with a three-round score of 947 to finish in 14th place.

Centenary was just 12 strokes shy of Texas Pan American, who finished in 13th place. Louisiana-Lafayette (289-293-285) was able to capture the team title after cutting eight shots off their second round to tally an 867 on the tournament.

For Centenary, Weeber (75-84-73) led the way finishing in 63rd among the pack with a 54-hole score of 232. Teammate Tyler Williams (82-77-80) posted a 239, placing 75th, while Nick Faitz (80-82-80) and Ryan Sparks (81-77-84) tied for 78th with a total of 242.

Behind UL-Lafayette in second was Arkansas State (296-285-289, 870), meanwhile Oral Roberts (298-283-294, 875) added 11 strokes to their second round on day two to finish third.

Jad Sinclair (71-70-70) of Central Arkansas took home first place in a one-hole playoff to finish with a total of 211. He was able to knock off Todd Obergoenner (71-68-72) of Southern Illinois and Kyle Pritchard (68-71-72) of ULL to capture the individual title.

The Gents will conclude their season at The Summit League Championship held in Kansas City, MO., on April 27-28.