April 27, 2011

 

 
Big 12 Championship
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   Team Standings 1 2 3 4 Total
1.   No. 1 Oklahoma State 283 292 270 294 1139
2.   No. 7 Texas A&M 287 291 275 295 1152
3.   No. 11 Texas 287 292 284 298 1160
4.   No. 14 Texas Tech 286 296 281 297 1163
6.   No. 24 Oklahoma 286 299 288 311 1178
 
   Players 1 2 3 4 Total
T11.  R. Sirman 66 74 73 77 290
T14.  R. Pumphrey 72 73 71 76 292
T20.  A. Ancer 73 71 72 79 295
T48.  E. Castiello 82 74 72 80 308
T50.  M. Schoolcraft 76 80 75 79 310
 
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NORMAN, Okla. –
The Oklahoma men’s golf team carded a final-round 311 Wednesday to finish the Big 12 Championship in sixth place at the 6,593-yard, par-70 Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan. The Sooners entered the final round in fifth place, but slipped one spot after a 31-over-par performance as poor weather conditions affected the field.

Oklahoma State claimed its fifth consecutive Big 12 title, fending off second-place Texas A&M by 13 shots. OSU’s Morgan Hoffman claimed medalist honors, carding an even-par 280 over the tournament’s four rounds.

“I’m disappointed in the way we finished, and I know the boys are too,” said OU head coach Ryan Hybl. “Hopefully we can learn from this experience because it was not much fun. We definitely need to go back to the drawing board because we had no firepower in the final round. It’s definitely disappointing.”

The 24th-ranked Sooners were led by senior Ryan Sirman, who tied for 11th place in the event with a 10-over 290. Sirman began the week with an impressive 66, which tied for the lowest round of the tournament. He followed with rounds of 74, 73 and 77.

Junior Riley Pumphrey and sophomore Abraham Ancer also notched top-20 finishes. Pumphrey’s final-round 76 put him at 292 (+12) for the tournament and in a tie for 14th place. Ancer carded a 79 Wednesday and tied for 20th with a total score of 295 (+15).

Freshman Eduardo Castiello posted a fourth-round 80 and tied for 48th place at 308. Fellow freshman Michael Schoolcraft’s 79 brought his four-round total to 310, good for a 50th-place tie.

Next up for the Sooners will be NCAA Regional competition May 19-21. Participants for the NCAA tournament will be selected Monday, May 9, at 6 p.m. Eastern time.