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    UL Golf LA Finishes Tenth at Lone Star Invitational

    SAN ANTONIO, Texas The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns golf team finished in tenth with a two-round score of 27-over par (603) on Tuesday at the Lone Star Invitational hosted at the par-72, 7,435-yard TPC San Antonio AT&T Oaks Course.

    Host UTSA held on to win the team title with a score of 2-over (578) edging out Arkansas State by two strokes. A-State's Zan Luke Stirn rallied with a final round score of 70 (-2) to tie UTSA's Sean Meehan for the individual title at 4-under (140).

    Hinnant Posts Sub-Par Round

    Sophomore Peter Hinnant climbed 27 spots in the final round with an 18-hole score of 71 (-1) to finish in a tie for 30th at 6-over par (150). Hinnant opened with clean first nine holes including two birdies before closing out the day 1-over in his final nine holes. The 71 marks the second career round under par for Hinnant.

    Flynn Places In Top 25

    Freshman Charlie Flynn notched his first career top 25 performance in his debut for the Ragin' Cajuns placing in a tie for 20th at 4-over par (148). Flynn had just one blemish on his card on the front nine in the second round with one birdie on the day.

    Gudjonsson And Dubinski Move Up Leaderboard

    Sophomore Bjorn Gudjonsson and freshman Hudson Dubinski each made a move up the leaderboard in the final round as the pair both carded a 73 (+1) on Tuesday. Gudjonsson moved up 20 spots into a tie for 48th at 9-over (153), while Dubinski slid up 21 spots into a tie for 52nd at 10-over (154).

    Up Next

    Louisiana returns to action Friday through Sunday at the Louisville Cardinal Challenge hosted at the U of L Golf Course in Louisville, Ky. Live scoring for the Louisville Cardinal Challenge is available on Golfstat.com.

    LONE STAR INVITATIONAL FINAL RESULTS

    TEAM SCORES (Par 576)
    1.UTSA 289-289=578, +2; 2. Arkansas State 291-289=580, +4; T3. Little Rock 295-294=589, +13; T3. Sam Houston State 296-293=589, +13; 5. ULM 298-293=591, +15; 6. South Alabama 310-287=597, +21; T7. Texas State 297-302=599, +23; T7. Rice 311-288=599, +23; 9. North Texas 303-297=600, +24; 10. Louisiana 300-303=603, +27; 11. UT Arlington 308-298=606, +30; 12. McNeese 309-305=614, +38; 13. Southern Miss 313-306=619, +43; 14. Lipscomb 325-295=620, +44; 15. UTEP 313-312=625, +49

    LOUISIANA SCORES (Par 144)
    T20. Charlie Flynn, 71-77=148 +4
    T30. Peter Hinnant, 79-71=150 +6
    T48. Bjorn Gudjonsson, 80-73=153 +9
    T52. Jack Tolson, 74-80=154 +10
    T52. Hudson Dubinski, 81-73=154 +10
    T59. Triston Elston, 75-80=155 +11

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    Default Re: LA Finishes Tenth At Lone Star Invitational

    Finished behind 5 conference mates. A disappointing initial effort.


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    UL Golf Re: LA Finishes Tenth At Lone Star Invitational

    Yes, very disappointed.


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    Default Re: LA Finishes Tenth At Lone Star Invitational

    Got off to a good start, then faltered. Especially the lower half of the squad.


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    Default Re: LA Finishes Tenth At Lone Star Invitational

    Quote Originally Posted by RaginFan2 View Post
    Got off to a good start, then faltered. Especially the lower half of the squad.
    Not really. Three did better second day and three did worse. Each had bad rounds half the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    Not really. Three did better second day and three did worse. Each had bad rounds half the time.
    The good start referred to was premature. If I read/heard correctly, they were leading halfway through round one

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