Feb 12, 2013 11:16 PM by UL Sports Information
The Ragin' Cajuns golf team slipped one spot to finish in 12th on the final day of the Oak Hill Invitational at Oak Hills Country Club in San Antonio, Texas on Monday.
"For the most part we played very poorly today," head coach Theo Sliman said. "You can't expect to move up the leaderboard of this caliber field when you don't show up. We need to find five guys who can show up each day if we want to make the postseason.
"We are way too talented a team to be shooting these kinds of numbers. I think the guys are beating themselves mentally. We need to get back to work and take care of things so that we can get back on track."
Louisiana posted a final round score of 27-over par (311) to finish the tournament with a 54-hole score of 58-over (910).
No.44 Oklahoma edged out No.36 North Texas by one stroke to win the Oak Hills Invitational with a final score of 10-over par (862). The Mean Green (+11, 863), No.40 Baylor (+17, 869), No.49 Wichita State (+21, 872) and UTSA (+22, 873) round out the top five teams.
Baylor's Kyle Jones posted a final round score of four-under par (67) to claim the individual title at seven-under par (206).
Senior Brandt Garon was the Cajuns top finisher as he moved up five spots on the leaderboard to finish in the top 10 for the first time this season and second of his career. On the day, Garon shot a 71 to put him in a tie for 10th at three-over par (216).
After a good first day, Yohann Vora fell out of the top 10 carding a final round score of 11-over par to finish the event in a tie for 35th at 11-over par (224).
Ethan Savoy finished in a tie for 53rd at 16-over (229), while Kelsey Angelle placed in a tie for 81st at 32-over par (245).
Junior Peter Lamaris rounded out the scoring for the Cajuns in 84th at 38-over par (251).
The Ragin' Cajuns return to action next weekend as they head to the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate on Feb. 18-19. Follow the golf team all season long on twitter @CajunGolf.
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