(Story courtesy of Odessa College)
Luke Neeley, a freshman Odessa College golfer from Mansfield (TX) signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his golf career at the NCAA Division-I level Monday afternoon in the Wrangler Room.
Courtesy Alana Rowland, Odessa College Sports Information Director
On Thursday, November 6th 2014 at the Odessa Country Club (Links Course) the Odessa College Golf team was competing in their annual Odessa College Classic. No one knew the exciting events that would take place that day on holes 7 and 13; especially not Wrangler golfer Vetle Maroy.
Courtesy of the Odessa American
NEWTON, KAN. Vetle Maroy's second-place individual performance paved the way for Odessa College's team title in the NJCAA Fall National Preview at Sand Creek Station Golf Course.
Played Monday and Tuesday, the Wranglers carded a three-round 906 total, which was four strokes better than runner-up Iowa Western.
Thanks to the Odessa American for this report
RUIDOSO, N.M. Odessa College shot a program best in a 54-hole tournament, finishing with a 40-under-par 824 to win the High Country Shootout, which concluded Monday at Links at Sierra Blanca.
Thanks to Candice Kelm of McLennan CC for this report
The McLennan Highlanders shot 281-277 − 558 to claim first place of the Paris Fall Invitational at the Paris Country Club.
Paris finished in second place with 569, followed by Tyler in third with 576.
Cory Donnell shot 69-70 − 139 to lead the Highlanders and finished tied for the individual title with Tyler Dunbar of Paris, 69-70 − 139. Dunbar won the playoff to claim the individual title, moving Donnell to second.