TRINITY — Texas Tech golfer Ludvig Aberg gained the particular person Big 12 championship on Wednesday, capturing a bogey-cost-free remaining spherical of 3-underneath-par 69 at Whispering Pines.
Aberg accomplished 54 holes at 8-beneath, two better than Chris Gotterup from Oklahoma and 3 distinct of Oklahoma State’s Bo Jin and Texas’ Cole Hammer.
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The match was shortened from 72 holes to 54 after Monday’s initially round was suspended due to the fact of weather conditions and completed Tuesday.
Top rated-rated Oklahoma gained the group title by capturing 14-under, followed by No. 2 Oklahoma Point out at 12-below, No. 9 Texas at 11-under and No. 5 Texas Tech at 3-below. Then there was a hole to fifth-spot TCU at 25-around.
Aberg, a junior from Sweden, took a a single-shot guide into the last round immediately after shooting 68-71 as a result of 36 holes. He commenced with a birdie at the par-4 very first hole, additional birdies on the par-4 No. 6 and par-5 No. 12 and made 15 pars.
Tech’s Andy Lopez (72-71-74) tied for 14th in the discipline of 54 players, and Calum Scott (74-72-73) completed a solo 17th. Baard Skogen (72-80-72) tied for 25th, and Sandy Scott (76-73-79) tied for 37th.
Texas Tech is the No. 4 seed in the Stanford Regional of the NCAA match that will unfold May possibly 9-11 at the Stanford Gold Course.
The NCAA regional round will have 72 groups and 36 people distribute above six web pages. Oregon, Oklahoma State, San Jose Point out, Stanford, South Carolina and Wake Forest are No. 1 regional seeds.
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The Stanford Regional, in addition to the host crew and Texas Tech, will have Southern California, LSU, Kentucky, Iowa Point out, Northwestern, Purdue, Nevada-Las Vegas, Cal Poly, Princeton and Sacred Coronary heart.
All the regionals are scheduled for May 9-11. The best four groups and two individuals from every single regional will advance to the championship Might 20-25 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Texas Tech middle Clayton Franks announced Wednesday he is had his title entered into the NCAA transfer portal.
“Thank you to Texas Tech and the City of Lubbock for the recollections produced and great people today I have been acquainted with,” he wrote on Twitter.
Franks, a 6-foot-4, 290-pound senior from Mansfield Legacy, played in 8 video games last year as a backup. He competed for the beginning heart work during the Crimson Raiders’ spring apply that finished up previous 7 days, but Dennis Wilburn started off at that place all through the spring recreation on Saturday.
Franks signed with Tech out of superior faculty and has been in the software for four yrs.