Golf finishes 7th at the Border Olympics

    Junior Steven Frazier, the top Cougar finisher, placed 11th overall.
    Junior Steven Frazier, the top Cougar finisher, placed 11th overall.
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    Houston --The University of Houston carded a 309 team score on Saturday during the final round to finish seventh at the Border Olympics in Laredo, Texas.

    The Cougars could not make up ground on Arkansas, whose three-day team total 3-over-par 867 was good enough to win the team title.

    Baylor's Colston Williams took home top medalist honors after posting a 70 on Saturday for a 9-under-par 207 3-day total.

    Junior Steven Frazier shot the Cougars' lowest final round, firing at 2-over 74 at the 7,241-yard layout. The Houston native closed at 3-over 219 to tie for 11th place, UH's top finisher.

    Other Cougars scores were junior Ben Moser 222 (+6), junior Brady Shivers 223 (+7), senior Jordan Irwin 228 (+12) and sophomore Jackie Lindsey 230 (+14).

    Freshman Trevor Edwards competed as a medalist and finished with a 245.

    Houston returns to action Mar. 23-24 as the travel to Tucson, Arizona to participate in the Tucson National Invitational Tournament.

     

     

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