Central Florida won its second tournament of the season and second straight Confer-
ence USA title. The Knights fired a tournament-best, 10-under 278 in the final round to
finish at 6-under 858, 18 shots clear of the field. Southern Mississippi used a final-
round, 8-under 280 to jump up into a tie for second with Rice at 12-over 876. Rice
senior Christopher Brown fired three sub-par rounds to finish at 7-under 209 to take
the individual championship by five strokes.
Not even a five-hour rain delay could keep Detroit Mercy from winning the Horizon
League title. The Titans used a final-round, even-par 288 to finish at 11-over 875, six
strokes ahead of runner-up Green Bay. The win gives UDM an automatic berth into the
NCAA Regionals. Youngstown State senior Ryan Stocke fired a 4-under 68 in the final
round to win the individual title by a stroke at 1-under 215.
Sun Belt Conference Championship
Robert Trent Jones at the Shoals, Muscle Shoals, Ala.
South Alabama fired a final-round, 6-under 282 to come from behind and win the Sun
Belt title and an automatic berth into the NCAA Regionals. The Jaguars finished the
54-hole championship at 8-over-par 872. Second-round leader Middle Tennessee State
finished second, six strokes back at 14-over 878. New Orleans junior Oscar Zetterwall
shot 8-under 208 to become the first New Orleans player to claim individual honors in
the championship’s history. He won by five strokes.
Pac- 10 Golf Championship
Karsten Golf Course, Tempe, Ariz.
Washington rallied from a seven-stroke deficit to earn its second Pac- 10 championship
in as many years. The Huskies finished the 72-hole event at a blistering 37-under-par
1,383. Second-round leader Stanford played its final four holes at 6 over to fall back
into second place, three strokes behind Washington. Cal-Berkeley junior Eric Mina won
the individual title by a single stroke, finishing at 16-under 268.
Summit League Championship
Entrada at Snow Canyon, St. George, Utah
Oral Roberts’ first victory of the 2009-10 season provided the Golden Eagles a second-
consecutive Summit League title. Oral Roberts finished at 33-over 885, one shot better
than second-round leader, the University of Missouri-Kansas City, which finished at
34-over 886. Western Illinois placed third, another stroke back. Two freshmen, Oral
Roberts’ David Holtgrew and UMKC’s Korbin Kuehn, shot 3-over 216 to share medalist
Southland Conference Championship
Carter Plantation, Springfield, La.
Southeastern Louisiana fired a final-round, 5-under 283 to pull away from the field and
win the Southland Conference title. The Lions posted a 2-under 862 total to become
the only team to finish in red figures. Central Arkansas finished second at 9-over 873.
Southeastern Louisiana freshman Alvaro Arizabaleta posted an 8-under 208 to win
individual honors by eight shots. He was the only golfer in the field to finish below par.
State Farm MVC Championship
Prairie Dunes Country Club, Hutchinson, Kan.
Wichita State battled windy conditions on a tough golf course to capture its third-
straight Missouri Valley title. The Shockers fired a tournament-low, 18-over 298 in
the final round to finish at 82-over 922, 11 shots clear of runner-up Southern Illinois.
Wichita State senior Dustin Garza finished the 54-hole championship at 13-over 223
to take medalist honors. The win marks his unprecedented seventh title of the season
and second consecutive individual conference title.
Ohio Valley Conference Championship
Greystone Golf Club, Dickson, Tenn.
Murray State fired the best round of the tournament on the final day to win the Ohio
Valley title. The Racers broke away from the pack on the final day with a 4-under 284
to finish the 54-hole championship at 1-over-par 865. Morehead State finished second,
18 strokes back at 19-over 883. Murray State took the top two spots individually. Senior
Nick Newcomb won the individual title at 1-under 215, edging teammate and fellow
senior Jared Wolfe by a single stroke.
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