Oral Roberts freshman Sarah Bell has been named the 2018-19 Summit League Newcomer of the Year, it was announced Wednesday with the release of the 2018-19 Summit League Women's Golf award winners by the league office.
The NCAA announced its Public Recognition Awards this week, including three Oral Roberts teams; men's and women's golf and men's cross country. It is the third year in a row in which the ORU women's golf team has earned the distinction and the second year in a row for the men's golf team.
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team rallied and moved up to second overall at the 2019 Summit League Women’s Golf Championship, which concluded play Tuesday. ORU had two golfers earn All-Tournament honors as freshmen Sarah Bell and Isabella Caamal each finished inside the top five.
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team improved 17 shots and moved up to third place after two rounds of The Summit League Championship. Denver (322-301—623) leads the team race and has a 10 shot advantage over ORU (325-308—633) entering the final round.
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team is in fifth place in a tight race after round one of The Summit League Women’s Golf Championship, which kicked off Sunday. ORU shot 325, but is just four shots off the lead, held by South Dakota State at 321.
A trio of Golden Eagles were honored, Saturday, as The Summit League unveiled its 2018-19 Women's Golf First and Second All-League teams at the championship banquet held at the Meridian Center. A vote of the league's nine head coaches determined both teams.
A record-breaking duo from Oral Roberts swept the latest Summit League Golfer of the Week honors. Junior Beatriz Garcia captured the female honors after collecting medalist honors at the Kansas City Intercollegiate while senior Cody Burrows earned the male honor after turning his sixth top-five finish of the season at the Missouri Tiger Invitational.
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team led from start to finish and posted the top two individual finishers as well, as the Golden Eagles claimed a 20-shot victory at the Kansas City Intercollegiate, Tuesday. ORU shot 879 (292-288-299) for the win, while Beatriz Garcia posted a school record 211 for the individual medalist honors.
The fifth best round in school history—and the third best on a par 72 course—put the Oral Roberts women’s golf team in the lead after 36 holes at the Kansas City Intercollegiate, Monday. ORU shot 580 (292-288, +4) on the opening day and holds a 16-shot lead over the rest of the field entering the final round, Tuesday.
With a 54-hole score of 915 (302-301-312), the Oral Roberts women’s golf team took home fifth place at the John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate, Tuesday at Eagle’s Landing Country Club. South Florida ran away with the event in the final round and took a 22-shot victory at 890 (303-293-294).
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team remains in third place of the John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate, after shooting 301 on Monday to record a 36-hole score of 603 (302-301). South Florida posted the second best round of the tournament so far to jump into a tie with Murray State for the team lead at 596.
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team shot 302, Sunday, and sits in third place after the first round of the John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate, hosted by Georgia State. Murray State shot 291 and leads by 10 shots over FGCU, who is second at 301.
With a final round 302, the Oral Roberts women’s golf team finished in 12th place at the BYU at Entrada Classic, firing a 919 (301-316-302). No. 12 Kent State took a four shot win as the only team under par at 861 (292-285-284).
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team shot 617 (301-316) in the first two rounds of the BYU at Entrada Classic, Monday, and finished the day in a tie for 12th. Kent State leads the way at 577 (292-285) with one round to play.
The Oral Roberts' golf programs swept the Summit League Golfer of the Week accolades Wednesday. Freshman Sarah Bell captured the first weekly accolade of her career on the women's side, while senior Cody Burrows earned the fifth weekly honor of his career on the men's side.
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team earned a sixth place finish at the Texas State Invitational, after carding an 881 (282-294-305). UTSA proved to be one of the few teams immune to higher scores on Tuesday, and finished with a 20 shot victory over the rest of the field at 854 (284-285-285).
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team shot a school record-tying 282 in the first round of the spring season and sits in third place after 36 holes at the Texas State Invitational. UTSA leads the way at 569, while ORU has a score of 576 (282-294) after day one of the tournament.
For the sixth-consecutive season, Denver was selected by The Summit League's nine head coaches to win the #SummitWGF Championship in April. Summit League officials released its 2019 Women's Golf Preseason Poll and Golfers to Watch list Thursday.
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team finished the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with its best 54-hole score of the season and ended in a tie with UC Irvine for 16th at 895 (297-292-306). Nationally ranked Oregon State won at 838 (280-278-280).
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team fired a second round 292 and moved up two spots, Monday, as play continued at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown. ORU is now in 12th place at 589 (297-292) entering the final round, while Oregon State continues to lead the way at 558 (280-278).
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team finished round one of the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with a 297, Sunday, at Boulder Creek Golf Club. Oregon State leads the way at 280, while ORU is 14th with 36 holes to play.
Originally scheduled for 54 holes, the Maryb S. Kauth Invitational was cut to 36 holes with a day off in the middle due to unplayable conditions at TPC San Antonio. No one shot better than 301 on Tuesday, and the Oral Roberts women's golf team shot the fifth best round of the day to finish seventh overall at 611 (301-310). TCU finished at 581 (279-302) to win the team championship.
Sarah Bell continued her hot streak as the freshman led the Oral Roberts women’s golf team in the first round of the Maryb S. Kauth Invitational, Sunday. ORU finished the day at 301 and in seventh place, while TCU finished -9 at 279 to hold the team lead after 18 holes.
Oral Roberts freshman Sarah Bell posted the best finish of her young ORU career with a third place finish at the Aggie Invitational Wednesday, shooting one under par in the final round. The Golden Eagles finished at 908 (292-312-304) to finish in a tie with Grand Canyon for eighth place in the 16-team tournament. UTEP won the event at 879 (290-290-299).
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team is currently in seventh place after 36 holes at the N.M. State Aggie Invitational, shooting 312 in the second round. UTEP matched their first round score of 290 (290-290—580) and has a commanding lead in the team standings while ORU sits at 604 (292-312—604) after two rounds.
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team shot fired an opening round 292 (+4) on Monday and sits in second place, two shots off the lead, after round one of the N.M. State Aggie Invitational. UTEP holds the team lead in the 16-team field after shooting 290 in the opening round.
The Oral Roberts women’s golf team fired a season best 294 on Tuesday to finish in fifth place at the Payne Stewart Memorial at Twin Oaks CC. Memphis won the tournament by 13 shots with a 54-hole score of 860, while ORU finished at 897 (300-303-294).