The contest featured a four-ball competition at Aviara Golf Course on Friday, and five one-on-one matches at The Crosby National Golf Club on Saturday with eight total points contested.
In Friday’s rounds, the Sooners took an early 2-1 lead after Justin Fraley and Shawn LaFontaine defeated the Vols’ Ben Spickard and Jonathan Mount, and the team of Brodie Flanders and Phillip Bryan took care of Lloyd Campbell and Charles Ford.
On Saturday, the Sooners and Vols played five individual matches with
Phillip Bryan earned the only points for
The rest of the Sooners’ squad made things interesting until the end. Two of the final four matches on Saturday came down to the final hole, as
“It was a really close match that came down to the last hole in two of the matches,” OU head coach Jim Ragan said. “It was a really great experience and an opportunity to play some wonderful venues. It was good to have some competition early in the season. I think it is very beneficial to our program to have an opportunity to do that. The players really enjoy match play and I feel like we’ll be better because of it.”
The Sooners will head to