Oklahoma State wins NCAA golf Stillwater Regional, OU 2nd

Ponca City Now - May 19, 2016 8:44 am

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) – The Oklahoma State golf team has won the NCAA Stillwater Regional to advance to the NCAA Championships and the Cowboys’ Kristoffer Ventura rallied to win medalist honors.

Oklahoma finished second in the regional that ended Wednesday and also advances to the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Also advancing to the championship round are Clemson, Louisville and Purdue.

OSU finished at 7-over par 871 to defeat OU by 19 strokes.

Ventura shot a final round 1-over par, 73, to win medalist honors by one stroke over Antoine Rozner of Missouri-Kansas City.

Rozner and OSU’s Stratton Nolen began the day tied for the top spot. Nolen finished third individually at 2-over par while Oklahoma’s Max McGreevy was fourth at 3-over par.

 

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