SAN ANTONIO — The UTSA men’s golf team tied for seventh at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational, which concluded Tuesday at Oak Hills Country Club (par 71/6,765 yards).
The Roadrunners carded a final-round 303 in cold and damp conditions and ended up in a tie for seventh with Wichita State at 52-over-par 904. Those two squads were one shot ahead of Kansas State and Louisiana Tech and five in front of Texas State (909) in the 15-team field.
Ryan Werre led the way with a one-over 72 on Tuesday and the senior from Redcliff, Alberta, finished in a tie for 28th at 12-over 225 including his 75-78 on Monday. J.J. Lindsey also tied for 28th after carding a 72-75-78—225.
Garrison Lackey tied for 37th (75-74-79—228), Bryce Alley tied for 40th (79-73-77—229) and Brett Hogan tied for 59th (79-78-76—233).
Competing as individuals, Kyle Francis tied for 53rd (76-77-79—232) and Reed Stegall was 64th (71-80-83—234).
No. 13 Oklahoma successfully defended its team title with a 24-over 876 (294-285-297). No. 30 Baylor was second (881), followed by North Texas (885), Louisiana-Lafayette and East Carolina (896) and Tulsa (903).
Baylor’s Kyle Jones also was a repeat champion, as he recorded an even-par 69-71-73—213 to hold off teammate Andreas Gjesteby (75-72-67—214) as the individual medalist.
The Roadrunners will return to action next week when they travel to Houston for the Rice Intercollegiate. The two-day tourmament is scheduled to tee off on Monday, Feb. 17.