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Golf stands tall in Border Olympics


Sports Writer A fter capturing their third straight UCO—Kickingbird Classic championship, the Broncho golf team traveled to the 51st Annual Border Olympics to tee off against a field of Division I golf teams in Laredo, Texas April 6.

Dustin Semsch took the individual crown in the Edmond tourney, finishing four over par, 214 with rounds of 72-70-72. UCO also received a fourth place finish from Dan Drake while Matt Norgaard and Todd Dayton tied for fifth.

Drake ended the two-day Classic with a 220 10 over par. He struggled on the front nine at five over par but rebounded on the back nine to go even par 35.

Chris Starke who tied for 19th place also played a vital role in UCO's championship. After shooting 83 and 77 the first day, Starke came back even on the front nine 35 and took three birdies on his way to a 33 on the last nine holes.

The Bronchos were pumped after the victory and were ready to compete with the big dogs in Texas as the sole Division II team in the Border Olympics.

UCO finished a respectable 8 of 17 teams in the 54-hole tournament with an 875 total to leave many of the big dogs licking their wounds. The Bronchos finished ahead of Division I schools Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Arkansas and six others.

"Our guys weren't intimidated by playing in a tournament of this stature.and I think we more than held our own," UCO coach Dax Johnston said. "It was a good experience for us on a tough golf course and can do nothing but help us."

Baylor won the tournament with an 845 total on the 7,125 yard, par 72 Laredo country club course.

Matt Norgaard was the top UCO golfer tying for 16th just one above par totaling 217 with rounds of 73-71-73. Dustin Semsch placed 25th totaling 219 with a triple 73 round score. Todd Dayton highlighted the golf team's effort with a second round two under par 70 finishing with a score of 220.

The Broncho golf club's next stop is Phoenix, Arizona for the Grand Canyon Invitational. •

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Matt Norgaard led the Bronchos during the Border Olympics.

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