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Golf Recaps: March 27-29

Courtesy: SWAC.org
Release: 03/29/2017
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Alabama A&M Golf Classic

Alabama A&M

Jackson State

Arkansas Pine Bluiff


HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Jackson State captured the Alabama A&M Golf Classic on Tuesday at Huntsville Country Club, with a team score of 76 over par (664) for the two day event.

Arkansas Pine Bluff and Alabama A&M also participated in the event.  The Golden Lions would finish at 84 ober (652) as a team to come in third place, while Alabama A&M would finish at 263 over, to finsh in fifth. 

 Aaron Rhaney of Jackson State won low medalist honors in the indivudual portion of the competition.  Rhaney shot rounds of 78 and even par 71, to finish the championship at 7 over, to win by three shots.

Blake Hampton of Alabama A&M finished in third place, shooting 81 and 74, to finish at 14 over.

Grant Cation of UAPB also cracked the top ten.  Cation fired rounds of 8o and 84 to finish at 22 over, and in eigth overall.

Prairie View A&M Panther Spring Invitational.  

Alabama State

Prairie View A&M

Texas Southern

PRAIRIE VIEW , Texas - The Alabama State University men's golf team captured its second consecutive spring championship after the Hornets won the Prairie View A&M Panther Spring Invitational by one shot at the Cypress Lakes Golf Course on Tuesday.
Alabama State fired a final-round 312 for a 36-hole total 921 to edge Texas Southern.
Quincy Stith continued his consistent play with a one-over par 73 during Tuesday's final round to finish with a 223 (77-73-73). Stith and Tom McLaughlin, of Texas Southern, finished as co-medalists.
Charles Griffin, Jr., posted a 232 (70-82-80), while Patricio Minondo carded a 234 (77-76-81). Kirabo Reed finished with a 235 (80-77-78).
Alabama State will look for its third straight title on April 2 as the Hornets visit Seattle, Wash., to play in the Redhawk Invitational at Chambers Bay, hosted by Seattle University.

Courtesy of Alabama State Sports Information

Texas Southern finished second in the event.