Men’s golf finishes third out of 10 teams at Schreiner Shoot-Out

The men’s golf team finished in third place out of 10 teams at the Schreiner Shoot-Out at Comanche Trace on March 8. The Saints shot a total of 312 in round one and 303 in round two to finish at 615.

Head Coach Arnie Martinez said, “This event was a tough test. The players battled through cold and windy conditions on the first day. We were in third place and six shots off the lead after the first day. The last day of the tournament we grinded and played better. I’m very proud of the resiliency of the team. This tournament reminded the team how important every shot is. Oliver Gaisford (FR/Canterbury, U.K.) finished in fifth place after playing well on the second day. His play has been impressive this season. We’ll be ready for the next event. Go Saints.”

The first round was played on March 7. Concordia University Texas (CU) was in first place with a total of 305. Southwestern University (SU) and University of St. Thomas (UST) followed tied for second place at 308. OLLU totaled 312 for fourth place on Monday. University of Dallas (UD) was in fifth place at 316, followed by Texas Lutheran University (TLU) at 319, Trinity University (TU) at 321, McMurry University (MU) at 323, Hardin-Simmons University (HSU) at 324 and Schreiner University (SU) at 330. Massimo Garcia (JR/Laredo, Texas) and Diego Garcia Hernandez (SR/Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico) led the Saints tied for seventh place after the first day with a total of 77. Gaisford and Sergio Garcia (JR/Kenedy, Texas) followed tied for 19th place at 79. Chase White (SR/San Antonio, Texas) was in 24th place with a total of 80.  

OLLU improved to a third-place finish after the final round on March 8 with a total of 615. CU took first at 612, followed by SU at 614 and OLLU at 615. UD was fourth at 620, followed by UST at 625, TU at 632, TLU at 633, MU at 640, HSU at 641 and SU at 644. Gaisford completed play in fifth place with a total of 152. Garcia followed in seventh at 153 and White in 12th at 156. Sergio Garcia and Diego Garcia Hernandez finished tied for 15th with 157.

Up next

The Saints head to Las Vegas to play in the Grandview Paiute Battle starting on March 20.