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ASU golf teams complete play at Sam Houston classic

HUNTSVILLE, Texas—The men's and women's golf teams at Alabama State University completed play at the Sam Houston State University Harold Funston Classic today with the women finishing with a fourth-place finish and the men finishing 10th.

The women shot a three-round total of 324-312-327-963 to finish 11 strokes behind third place University of Texas-Pan American.  Host Sam Houston won the classic with a three round total of 894, while Redlands finished second with a 926.

Melissa Nawa (81-77-75-233) was the top finisher for ASU with an 11th place finish.  Aileen Meredith (77-76-83-236) and Amelie Buhl (79-75-82-236) finished one shot back.

 Danielle Robinson (87-84-87) finished tied for 30th and Taaj Hubbard (94-89-96-279) finished 38th.

 The men shot a three-round total of 915 (306-297-312) to finish 14th.

John Montgomery (74-72-72-218) finished tied for 24th.  Scott Benson (75-67-77-219) was one stroke back and Joseph Morrison (75-82-80-237) finished 69th.  Colin Spellman (88-76-83-247) finished tied for 75th and Anthony Dadamon (82-85-86-253) finished 77th.

Both teams will compete in the Panther Classic hosted by Prairie View A&M University.  The Classic will be held in Prairie View and will take place Oct. 24-26.

 

INFORMATION SOURCE: Alabama State University Media

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