Men’s golf on the right track

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Men’s golf on the right track

Kris Albert, [email protected]

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ULM will play in the Old Waverly Intercollegiate Championship (OWIC) in the final regular season tournament of the season.

After finishing seventh in the Gary Koch Invitational, ULM looks to improve. Steven Fisk led the way at the last tournament finishing a solid three-under 69 on the final day.

The men’s team has been on a steady incline throughout the season. With multiple top ten finishes the team looks to continue climbing uphill. Hogan Arey, Brady Price and Jao Girao have arguably been the leaders of the team.

They have the best finishes on the team and pretty good averages as well.

Although ULM has multiple top ten finishes, they have not been able to win too many tournaments this season.

They look to not only finish top 10  once again, but take home the championship.

Being the last tournament of the regular season gives the OWIC more importance for ULM.

The Warhawks last won at the Mystic Creek Match Play Championship back in March. Ending the season on a high note is the focus of the team.

Winning this championship may give them momentum going into the playoffs.

Mississippi State University will be hosting the OWIC, to be held in West Point, Mississippi. The tournament tees of Monday and will last through Tuesday.

The Warhawks are one of 15 teams aiming for a tournament win.

Thirty-six holes will be played Monday followed by the final 18 Tuesday.

Six teams are ranked among the top 100 ranked in light the tournament. LSU at  and number 20 South Florida lead the pack.