• October 25, 2021
 UTEP Men’s Golf takes 11th at Louisiana Classics

Cole Donielson | Photo by Ruben R. Ramirez/UTEP Athletics

UTEP Men’s Golf takes 11th at Louisiana Classics

LAFAYETTE, La. – The UTEP Men’s Golf team wrapped up the final round of play at the 36th Annual Louisiana Classics with the Miners finishing 11th as a team on Tuesday at Oakbourne Country Club in Lafayette, Louisiana.

UTEP posted its best round of the tournament in the opening round on Monday with a team total of 292 (+4) to start the event. The Miners shot 297 (+9) in the second round on Monday afternoon before finishing up with a team total of 298 (+10) in Tuesday’s final round of play.

UTEP’s Cole Donielson and Marcus Khaw led the Miners with both finishing in a tie for 39th with three-day totals of 222 each. Donielson shot the lowest round of the tournament for the Miners with a score of 70 in the opening round before shooting 77 and 75 in the second and third. Khaw also shot 6-over with scores of 73, 74 and 75 on Monday and Tuesday.

Danny Daniels also finished inside the top 50 with a three-round total of 223 (76-73-74; +7), while Greg Yellin shot 74 in the first two rounds before finishing up with a score of 76 in the final round on Tuesday for a three-round total of 224 (+8). UTEP’s Greg Holmes finished the event at 9-over par after shooting 225 (75-76-74) over the course of three rounds.

Illinois took home the team title at this weekend’s Louisiana Classics after finishing an impressive 41-under par following the third round. Jerry Ji also took home the individual title for the Illini after shooting 13-under par at the event.

The Miners return to action on April 5-6 when the team travels to Houston to compete in the Bayou City Collegiate Classic, hosted by Rice. 

For complete coverage of UTEP Men’s Golf, be sure to follow the Miners on social media at @UTEPminergolf (Twitter) and @UTEPMensGolf (Instagram) or visit the official home of UTEP Athletics at UTEPMiners.com.

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