Dukes wins individual championship by one, No. 4 UT Tyler takes classic title
MCKINNEY, Texas -- No. 4 Texas-Tyler went wire-to-wire, winning the UT-Dallas Classic by ten strokes ahead of runner-up No. 20 Mary Hardin-Baylor. Senior John Dukes was the individual champion, hanging on to win by one stroke ahead of UMHB's Bryce Myburgh.
Dukes also led the tournament from the first round, finishing with a third round 81 and a total of 230 for three rounds.
The Patriots finished with a combined 942, with Joey Rippel finishing with a 235, good enough for a fourth-place finish.
Dayton Cargill finished in a tie for seventh place after firing a three-round 239, with teammate Trent Boudoin finishing in a tie for 11th with a 241.
Alex Trivanovich was the fifth player on the team, finishing with a 260 total in 36th place.
The Patriots' Buddy Hallman finished in a tie for 7th-place with a 239, while teammate Charley Graves finished in a tie for 13th with a 242, as both players competed in the individual championship.
Schreiner (984) finished in third place, while Concordia (Texas) (986) and Texas-Dallas (988) finished in fourth and fifth place, respectively.
The tournament was a great look at the American Southwest Conference, with seven of the league's top-ten teams playing in the tournament.