Perras Slips to 19th at NCAA Bryan Regional

May 15, 2018

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Team Rounds Score
123 F
1.  #2 Texas A&M 279 279   558 -18
2.  #14 Clemson 283 276   559 -17
3.  #11 Baylor 282 288   570 -6
4.  #26 UCLA 288 288   576 E
5.  #34 Mississippi 294 285   579 +3
6.  #38 South Carolina 293 294   587 +11
7.  #23 Kentucky 298 291   589 +13
8.  Northern Colorado 306 287   593 +17
9.  UNCW 306 290   596 +20
10.  Mississippi State 300 299   599 +23
11.  Bradley 297 303   600 +24
12.  #47 San Francisco 304 300   604 +28
13.  #50 Georgia 303 302   605 +29

123 F
t19.  #45 Michael Perras 70 75   145 +1

123 F
t1.  #8 Chandler Phillips
 Texas A&M
68 68   136 -8
t1.  #84 Brandon Smith
 Texas A&M
68 68   136 -8
t3.  #12 Braden Thornberry
69 68   137 -7
t3.  #71 Doc Redman
70 67   137 -7
t3.  #40 Turk Pettit
72 65   137 -7

BRYAN, Texas -- University of Houston senior and All-American Athletic Conference star Michael Perras posted a 75 Tuesday during the NCAA Bryan Regional and slipped into a tie for 19th at Traditions Club.

After shooting a 70 in Monday's First Round on the 7,121-yard, par-72 course, Perras struggled early with back-to-back bogeys to start Tuesday's play. The Deer Park, Texas, native rallied with back-to-back birdies on Nos. 14-15 and finished the final three holes with a bogey and consecutive pars.

Texas A&M teammates Chander Phillips and Brandon Smith continued to hold the individual lead at 8-under 136. Braden Thornberry (Mississippi) and Clemson teammates Doc Redman and Turk Pettit were tied for third at 137, while Baylor's Cooper Dossey and McNeese's Blake Elliott were tied for sixth at 138.

Host and second-ranked Texas A&M held the team lead at 558, one stroke ahead of no. 14 Clemson. No. 11 Baylor (570), No. 26 UCLA (576) and No. 34 Mississippi (579) rounded out the Top-5 leaders.

ABOUT Michael Perras
Perras was one of six individuals and 13 teams chosen to play at the NCAA Bryan Regional This marked the third straight season in which he competed in NCAA Regional play. He became only the 17th player in program history to compete in 3+ NCAA Regionals during his career.

He captured the NCAA Franklin Regional title in his first appearance in 2016 and eventually became the first player in program history to win both NCAA Regional and conference championships titles during his career.

In 2017-18, Perras leads the Cougars with a 70.88 scoring average and 24 rounds of par or better, including a 65 in the Final Round at the season-opening The Jackrabbit in September.

After posting a score of 215 at the American Athletic Conference Championships, the Deer Park, Texas, native recorded his third straight Top-10 finish at The American Championships. He also moved into the Cougars' Top-10 career leaders in stroke average (72.12), strokes (10,457) and rounds played (145).

Perras is the first Cougar to compete as an individual in NCAA Regional play since Jordan Irwin played at the NCAA Central Regional at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill., in 2007.

Fans can follow live scoring at the NCAA Bryan Regional by visiting Golfstat.com and following the appropriate links or by clicking here.
For Wednesday's Final Round, Perras will compete in a group with Georgia's Jake Larkin and UTSA's Zander Lozano. That group will tee off No. 1 at 9:31 a.m., Wednesday.
The Cougars have enjoyed a rich history in NCAA Regional play. This marks the seventh straight season in which Houston has been represented in the NCAA postseason.

During its history, the Cougars have recorded one NCAA Regional team title, four NCAA Regional individual championships (including Perras, who won the 2016 NCAA Franklin Regional) with 20 total team appearances.

Under the leadership of Director of Golf Jonathan Dismuke, the Cougars enjoyed six straight appearances as a team in NCAA Regionals from 2012 to 2017.

Perras becomes the fourth Cougar to compete as individual, joining Jordan Irwin (2007 NCAA Central), Zach Mowbray (2004 NCAA); Brett Callas (2003 NCAA Central medalist) and Lance Combrink (1996 NCAA Central).

The Top-5 teams and top individual not from a qualifying team will advance to the NCAA Championships, set for Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla., on May 25-30.
Fans can receive updates by following @UHCougarMGolf on Twitter and catch up with the latest news and notes on the team by clicking LIKE on the team's Facebook page at UHCougarMGolf. Fans also can follow the team on Instagram at uhcougarmgolf.



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