Mens golf places sixth

Fort Worth – Blaine Weiterman and James Glenn both tied for tenth place in the individual competition to lead the Sam Houston men’s golf team to a sixth-place finish at the Southland Conference championships held Monday through Wednesday.

Weiterman and Glenn each ended with 54 hole totals of 219. Weiterman’s three-day card read 77-66-76-219 while Glenn posted a 77-68-74-219 total. The 66 by Weiterman on Tuesday tied the Sam Houston record for lowest 18-hole score in Southland Conference tournament competition.

Kort O’Leary placed 34th with a 75- 75-79-229 while Jeff Litwak tied for 46th, carding an 85-79-78-242. The Bearkats’ fifth player, Justin McKay, shot a third round 74 but did not place due to a disqualification for signing a wrong scorecard in Tuesday’s second round.

The tournament was played on the par 72, 7,304-yard course at Waterchase Golf Course.

UT-Arlington won 2011 men’s team championship with a score of 291-282- 289-862. Lamar was the team runner-up with a 872 total, followed by Southeastern Louisiana 873, Central Arkansas 884, Stephen F. Austin 885, Sam Houston 895, UTSA 896, Texas State 898, Nicholls 904 and McNeese State 921.

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