Weisheit fires 2-under 70, leads GAC ChampionshipsApril 15, 2012
Tigers tied for second in team standings after one round
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. – East Central University’s Jeff Weisheit fired a 2-under-par 70 and leads the inaugural Great American Conference Men’s Golf Championships after one round Sunday at the par-72 Hot Springs Country Club.
Weisheit’s effort helped fuel the Tigers to a second-place tie with a team score of 302. ECU is tied with Arkansas Tech and Southwestern Oklahoma State leads the field with a 297.
Weisheit had a 2-under 34 through the first nine holes, before finishing with a 36 on the back.
Also for ECU, Bryeson Lance is tied with four others for second place after posting a 1-over 73. Lance’s nine-hole totals were 35-38.
The Tigers’ Dakota Robbins is in 25th place after recording a 7-over 79 (38-41). Teammates Brandon Herbison and Travis Arnold are tied for 28th and 34th respectively. Herbison shot an 80 with nine-hole scores of 39-41 and Arnold registered an 82 with 42-40.
Tied with Lance in second place are Henderson State’s Matt Jennings, SWOSU’s Wouter MyBurgh, Ouachita Baptist’s Will Hegi and Arkansas Tech’s Jack Garrett.
Henderson State is in fourth place with a team score of 305, followed by Harding (308), Southern Arkansas (314), Southeastern Oklahoma State (318), Arkansas-Monticello (320) and Ouachita Baptist (333).
The second round is set for Monday while the third and final round will take place on Tuesday at the Hot Springs Country Club.