From CU Sports Information
LAWTON, Okla.–Trey Lawson shot a 72 on day two to lead the Cameron University men’s golf team to a tie for second place at the Bruce Williams Memorial Invitation.
After a first round 295 and a second round 293 on day one, Cameron shot a combined 296 in round three to put them at 884 overall and in a tie for second at the tournament with Incarnate Word.
The Aggies were led by seniors Trey Lawson (71-78-72) and Austin Weaver (73-73-75) who both shot 221 and tied for ninth in the tournament. One Stroke back of them was Cullen Stahl, who shot a 222 (75-72-75) and tied for 13th. Kregg Wood (76-74-76) and Michael Kelly (78-74-74) finished tied for 24th with a three round score of 226. John Ruzich competed individually from Cameron and finished with a 239 (77-77-85).
“Overall we were inconsistent, but our scores were steady,” said head coach Jerry Hrnciar. “After watching Abilene Christian perform at this event, we are going to have to go back and keep working on lowering our scores moving on. This wasn’t an easy course and one of the toughest things in this tournament was adjusting to the Bermuda grass. It’s a type of surface we haven’t played on this season.
The winner of the Bruce Williams Memorial Invitational was Lone Star Conference foe Abilene Christian who was 13 under par for the tournament and way ahead of the rest of the pack after shooting an 851 for the tournament. Incarnate Word tied for second with Cameron, West Texas A&M finished at sixth and Texas A&M-Commerce finished 10th.
Cameron has one more event this fall before they put up for the winter. CU will travel to Dallas, Texas on Nov. 5 for the Lion Classic.