Freshman Hunter Glenn carded a 2-under-par 70 Sunday but the rest of the Bulldogs struggled as Louisiana Tech dropped to 10th in the final round of the David Toms Intercollegiate at The University Club in Baton Rouge.
Louisiana Tech carded a 28-over-par as a team and is sitting one stroke ahead of Penn as the first day of action at the David Toms Intercollegiate concluded Saturday evening at The University Club in Baton Rouge.
Another challenging tournament awaits Louisiana Tech’s golf program, but this time it is a little closer to home. The Bulldogs meet some top programs from across the country starting Saturday when the David Toms Intercollegiate tees off at the University Club in Baton Rouge.
Louisiana Tech mimicked its 19-over-par opening round on Saturday as the Bulldogs wrapped up the William H. Tucker Invitational in 13th place at 43-over-par 907, just four strokes ahead of Arizona.
Victor Lange carded an even-par 144 and Louisiana Tech finished the day at 24-over-par as the first two rounds concluded late Friday at the William H. Tucker Invitational hosted by the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
When Jeff Jenkins was hired to coach Louisiana Tech’s golf program one of his first goals was to upgrade the team’s schedule. Consider that goal accomplished this week when the Bulldogs face five programs ranked in the top 35 at the William T. Tucker Intercollegiate beginning Friday.
Louisiana Tech’s Victor Lange was recognized as the Conference USA Golfer of the Week after a strong start to his senior season at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate.
Louisiana Tech carded an even-par 284 Tuesday as the Bulldogs finished third at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate at Hattiesburg Country Club, placing ahead of Mississippi State by seven stokes.