Sooners Host Fast Break Golf Tournament

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Tyler Pigg
By Tyler Pigg
Associate Director of Communications
JUNE 15, 2016

NORMAN – Despite Wednesday’s warm temperatures and sweltering heat, the Oklahoma women's basketball program kicked off the 2016-17 season by hosting its annual Fast Break Club Golf Tournament.

Participants met the new Sooner squad, including incoming freshmen Chelsea Dungee and Nancy Mulkey. The funds raised by this event will assist in the Sooners’ upcoming foreign tour to Spain that will take place in August.

The OU coaches, staff and players and title sponsor Barcas LLC hosted a day of golf at Norman’s Trails Golf Club. A total of 100 golfers made up 25 teams raising more than $40,000 for the women’s program.


Golf

The winners of the event were:

Low Gross Team
First place: Harold Butler, Larry Vinson, Brett Vinson, Mike Coffman
Second place: John Austin, Mark Austin, Randy Laffoon, Sheri Neal

Low Net Team
First place: Debi Moreland, Alan Miller, Tony Gatewood, Cody Pogue
Second place: Brook Collier, Lance Knight, Jay Upchurch, Trent Wells

Integrity Award
Mark Rouch
Marcus Rouch
Ron Thomas
Gerald Grinllee

The women's basketball program and head coach Sherri Coale would like to thank sponsors, participants and contributors. The OU family also wishes to thank Rib Crib for supplying lunch at the golf course.

For more information on Oklahoma women’s basketball, follow the Sooners on Twitter (@OU_WBBall) or like Oklahoma Sooners Women’s Basketball on Facebook.

Peyton Little

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