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Oklahoma City sweeps men's, women's titles

By Julie Garcia
Feb. 17, 2014 at 11:03 p.m.
Updated Feb. 16, 2014 at 8:17 p.m.

UHV golfer Vance Edwards watches his drive off the tee as  play in the Claud Jacobs Collegiate Invitational winds down.

CLAUD JACOBS COLLEGIATE INVITATIONAL

  1. Oklahoma City University, 290, 292; 582
  2. Northwood University, 297, 296; 593
  3. UHV, 303, 305; 608
  4. William Carey University, 315, 314; 629
  5. Texas Wesleyan University, 316, 318; 634
  6. Loyola University, 319, 319; 638
  7. Southwestern College, 339, 320; 659
  8. UT-Brownsville, 331, 335, 666
  9. Northern New Mexico College, 358, 365, 723
  10. Oklahoma City University, 292, 298, 290; 880
  11. Texas Wesleyan, 300, 293, 289; 882
  12. Wayland Baptist, 299, 295, 300; 894

T4. Bellevue University, 299, 306, 299; 904

T4. Grand View University, 304, 303, 297; 904

  1. California State-San Marcos, 291, 311, 303; 905
  2. The Master's College, 301, 311, 299; 911
  3. Johnson & Wales, 294, 317, 303; 914
  4. UHV, 312, 309, 296; 917
  5. Northwood, 304, 313, 313; 930
  6. St. Thomas, 316, 308, 310; 934
  7. UT-Brownsville, 327, 320, 313; 960
  8. Southwestern, 316, 325, 320; 961
  9. Loyola, 329, 322, 326; 977

Individual Results

1 Elia Folch, OCU, 72, 69; 141

2 Fariza Zain, Northwood, 72, 70; 142

3 Caroline Goodin, OCU, 71, 73; 144

4 Heather Shake, UHV, 71, 75; 146

T5 Katie-Lee Wilson, OCU, 73, 75; 148

T5 Nicola Jeffries, Northwood, 74, 74; 148

T5 Sarah Hicks, William Carey, 75, 73; 148

T8 Kailey Campbell, OCU, 74, 75; 148

T8 Hannah Mason, Southwestern, 75, 74; 149

T8 Nicki Oesch, St. Thomas, 75, 74; 149

T11 Anna Mikish, OCU, 75, 75; 150

T11 Becky Benchot, UHV, 75, 75; 150

T13 Daniela Martinez, Northwood, 76, 76; 152

T13 Sarah-Anne Smurlick, Loyola, 76, 76; 152

T15 Caitlin Cole, Northwood, 75, 78; 153

T15 Brooke Brasseaux, UHV, 76, 77; 153

T15 Alexis Belton, Texas Wesleyan, 79, 74; 153

18 Natalie Ugalde, Wayland Baptist; 73, 81; 154

19 Veronika Vasquez, UT-Brownsville, 81, 75; 156

T20 Taryn Anderson, William Carey, 80, 78; 158

T20 Rachel Zastoupil, 78, 80; 158

T20 Megan Keck, Loyola, 74; 84; 158

T23 Caitlin Swisher, UHV, 81, 78; 159

T23 Hannah Person, 78, 81; 159

T23 Ashley Zang, Wayland Baptist, 81, 78; 159

T36 Shelbi Vincent, UHV, 84, 83; 167

T39 Devon Dueser, UHV, 87, 81; 168

1 Anthony Marchesani, OCU, 71, 72, 68; 211

2 Jose Pablo Rolz, Texas Wesleyan, 75, 71, 70; 216

3 Ben Wollam, Grand View, 75, 73, 70; 218

4 Austen Fuller, OCU, 72, 70, 78; 220

T5 Nikolaj Brons-Piche, Texas Wesleyan 75, 74, 72; 221

T5 Nicolad Herrera, Bellevue, 72, 75, 74; 221

T5 Thomas Smith, Wayland Baptist, 73, 73, 75; 221

T8 Anders Ellingsberg, Wayland Baptist, 73, 74, 75; 222

T8 Eric Cavazos, UT-Brownsville, 77, 71, 74; 222

T10 James Marchesani, OCU, 72, 77, 74; 223

T10 Ian Ansett, Wayland Baptist, 73, 75, 75; 223

T10 Braeden Koran, Calif. State-San Marcos, 75, 78, 70; 223

T10 Richard Le, St. Thomas, 76, 72, 75; 223

T14 Leighton Bearchell, Wayland Baptist, 77, 72, 75; 224

T14 Ryan Odom, Calif. State-San Marcos, 68, 79, 77; 224

T14 Scott Shefflette, Calif. State-San Marcos, 73, 76, 75; 224

T14 Thane Ringler, The Master's College, 74, 75, 75; 224

T18 Ryan Connolly, Wayland Baptist, 76, 74, 75; 225

T18 Issa Abou el Ela, OCU, 73, 78, 74; 225

T20 Nick Ver Elst, UHV, 76, 76, 74; 226

T20 Jose Mario Vega, Bellevue, 75, 75, 76; 226

T22 Colby Webb, Texas Wesleyan, 79, 74, 74; 227

T22 Thomas Ovejero, 72, 79, 76; 227

T22 Joseph Downey, The Master's College, 77, 78, 72; 227

T25 Garrison Mendoza, OCU, 77, 79, 72; 228

T25 Damon Salo, Johnson & Wales, 72, 84, 72; 228

T25 Lasse Gerhardsen, Johnson & Wales, 73, 79, 76; 228

T25 Brandon Washington, Northwood, 75, 77, 76; 228

T25 Jeremy Novakowski, Northwood, 74, 79, 75; 228

T25 Juan Gutierrez, St. Thomas, 78, 74, 76; 228

T25 Shane Gilbert, Southwestern, 78, 73, 77; 228

T25 Keith Burkard, Loyola, 74, 76, 78; 228

T33 Vance Edwards, UHV, 78, 80, 71; 229

T33 Steve Jones, UHV, 76, 78, 75; 229

T43 William Jake Truss, UHV, 82, 75, 76; 233

80 Kyle Smith, UHV, 84

Both the men's and women's team from Oklahoma City University remained in first place on the second day of the Claud Jacobs Collegiate Invitational.

After 36 holes Sunday, the men played their final round Monday at the Victoria Country Club.

OCU sophomore Anthony Marchesani surpassed his teammate, Austen Fuller, with rounds of 71, 72, 68 for a total of 211.

Fuller, who scored the lowest in Sunday's action, scored a 78 in his final round to round out his score to a 220 total and fourth-place finish.

This is the second year for Marchesani to play in the invitational. Last year, he tied for third.

The Australia native was happy with his overall performance and appreciated the escape from Oklahoma's cold weather.

"Pretty happy with the win, especially after not playing for two-and-a-half weeks because we've been snowed in," Marchesani said. "Playing well myself, and the team getting the win after being stuck has been great."

Being more accustomed to sunny skies and hotter temperatures, Marchesani said it was "nice to feel the sun on my skin."

"It's been good; it was pretty hot today," he said. "I think I got a bit of a sunburn."

Marchesani and Fuller's scores helped OCU make the top spot as a team.

James Marchesani (223), Garrison Mendoza (228) and Jett Johnson (240) rounded out OCU's first-place finish.

Jose Pablo Rolz, from Texas Wesleyan, finished in second place with a 216, followed by Grand View University's Ben Wollam with a 218 total.

The men from Texas Wesleyan scored an 882 after three rounds for a second-place finish, followed by Wayland Baptist with an 894.

UHV men's team moved up one spot to ninth place with a 917 total.

OCU's Elia Folch moved up from third place Sunday to first overall for the women's division after the final round.

Folch scored a 141 total after a division-low score of 69 on Monday, followed by Fariza Zain of Northwood University with a 142 second-place finish.

Caroline Goodin, who tied with UHV freshman Heather Shake for first place Sunday, came in third place overall with a 144 total.

OCU finished with a 582 total for its five-person team.

Shake scored a 75 in the final round, making her final score a 146 and placing fourth. Shake scored a 71 Sunday.

Though disappointed with the score, Shake was happy to achieve her goal to be in the top five finishers.

Northwood's five female golfers achieved second place as a team with a 593, followed by UHV in third place with a 608.

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