Gilbreth Among Top-Six Leaders at SHSU/Harold Funston Invite

    Oct. 7, 2013

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    Funston Invitational First-Day Results | Season Stats

    Team Rounds Score
    123 F
    1.  Lamar 293 288   581 +13
    2.  Sam Houston State 286 298   584 +16
    3.  Incarnate Word 292 299   591 +23
    4.  Oral Roberts 294 303   597 +29
    5.  Stephen F. Austin 304 296   600 +32
    6.  Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 303 303   606 +38
    7.  New Orleans 307 307   614 +46
    8.  Texas-Pan American 320 313   633 +65
    9.  Western Texas CC 317 320   637 +69
    10  Tyler JC 332 328   660 +92

    HOUSTON LEADERS
    123 F
    T6.  Emily Gilbreth 72 74   146 +4

    FUNSTON INVITATIONAL OVERALL LEADERS
    123 F
    1.  Ghni Ngo
     Lamar
    71 70   141 -1
    T2.  Wenny Chang
     Lamar
    71 71   142 E
    T2.  Jamie Bibby
     Incarnate Word
    70 72   142 E
    4.  Alisa White
     Sam Houston State
    72 72   144 +2
    5.  Nicole Budnik
     Sam Houston State
    70 75   145 +3

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    Schooner Fall Classic Final Results
    Schooner Fall Classic Live Scoring | Season Stats

    Team Rounds Score
    123 F
    1.  Oklahoma State 293 296 279 868 +28
    2.  Oklahoma 307 286 281 874 +34
    T3.  LSU 295 291 290 876 +36
    T3.  Arizona State 293 295 288 876 +36
    5.  Kentucky 300 296 283 879 +39
    T6.  Denver 298 306 277 881 +41
    7.  Kent State 298 303 282 883 +43
    8.  Florida State 296 305 284 885 +45
    9.  Texas A&M 303 304 280 887 +47
    10.  Pepperdine 309 293 287 889 +49
    11.  TCU 301 303 287 891 +51
    12.  SMU 306 302 287 895 +55
    13.  Texas Tech 313 304 284 901 +61
    14.  Georgia 311 308 284 903 +63
    15.  Texas State 303 298 303 904 +64

    HOUSTON LEADERS
    123 F
    T22.  Raegan Bremer 70 76 74 220 +10
    T39.  Courtney Ferguson 77 77 71 225 +15

    SCHOONER FALL CLASSIC OVERALL LEADERS
    123 F
    1.  Madelene Sagstrom
     LSU
    70 70 66 206 -4
    2.  Liz Breed
     Kentucky
    72 72 64 208 -2
    3.  Taylor Kim
     Kent State
    72 69 68 209 -1
    4.  Caroline Nistrup
     LSU
    73 65 72 210 E
    5.  Tonje Daffinrud
     Denver
    70 76 65 211 +1

    HUNTSVILLE, Texas & NORMAN, Okla. - Playing 36 holes in a day for the first time, University of Houston freshman Emily Gilbreth handled the extra work well and stood in a tie for sixth place Monday after the first two rounds of the Sam Houston State/Harold Funston Invitational.

    Gilbreth, a native of Houston and product of Bellaire High, opened the tournament with a career-low 72 and finished with a 36-hole score of 146 on the 6,067-yard, par-71 course at Raven Nest Golf Club. She topped her previous 18-hole low of 74, set during the final round of the "Mo"Morial Invitational on Sept. 11 and bested her previous 36-hole low of 157, set at that same tournament.

    The final round tees off at 8:30 a.m., Tuesday, with a shotgun start. Gilbreth will play in the second group off No. 7 to start the day.

    Lamar's Ghni Ngo held the individual lead at 141 to stand one stroke ahead of teammate Wenny Chang and Incarnate Word's Jamie Bibby.

    On the team side, Lamar posted a score of 581 while host Sam Houston State was a close second at 584. Incarnate Word (591), Oral Robertson (597) and Stephen F. Austin (600) rounded out the top-five team leaders. With only one student-athlete competing, the Cougars were not eligible for the team title.

    Gilbreth wasn't the only Cougar competing on Monday.Junior Courtney Ferguson fired a final-round 71 to move into a tie for 39th at the Schooner Fall Classic in Norman, Okla.

    Starting on No. 10, Ferguson overcame a slow start that saw her post bogeys on both No. 13 and No. 14. She quickly rallied with three straight birdies on Nos. 15-17 and capped her first nine holes of the day at 1-over-par 35 on the 6,002-yard course at Belmar Golf Club.

    After a bogey on No. 2, she closed out the tournament with six pars and a birdie to tie for 39th at 225.

    Sophomore Raegan Bremer led the Cougars at the Schooner Fall Classic, tying for 22nd at 220. The Anaheim, Calif., native opened the tournament with a 70 and capped her stay with a 74 for her fourth top-30 finish of the season.


    UP NEXT
    Following the Sam Houston State/Harold Funston Invitational, the Cougars will take a break from competitive action. Houston won't compete again until they open the spring season Feb. 17-18 at the Central District Invitational, hosted by Michigan State at River Wilderness Country Club in Parrish, Fla.
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