SPRINGFIELD, La. (3/15/05) The North Texas men’s golf team fired its best round on the final day of the Carter Plantation Intercollegiate with a 306 from the Carter Plantation Country Club. North Texas finished the tournament in 11th place with a three-round score of 936.
“We played a little bit better today but we still have a lot of room for improvement,” said North Texas head coach Jim Bob Jackson. “We just need to be more consistent as a team and things will fall into place then”.
Three Mean Green players shot a 3-over 75 on the final day of play. Junior Jason Lindgren led the way with a final round of 75, and finished with a three-round score of 233. Freshman Anthony Broussard matched Lindgren’s final round of 75 and also finished with the same three-round score of 233 for the tournament. Lindgren and Broussard both finished tied for 25th individually.
Andrea Kali also fired a 75, his best round of the tournament, and closed out with a three-round score of 235. Brian Hatter, playing in his first tournament this spring, shot a final round of 81 and finished with a 248 for the tournament.
Freshman Raul Lemus struggled in the final day with third round score of 83. Lemus had the fourth best finish for North Texas with a three-round score of 239.
North Texas returns to action on March 25-26 at the Border Olympics from Laredo, Tex.