Final Results: ULM 9th
Location: Raven Golf Club / San Destin, Fla
San Destin, Fla. – The ULM men’s golf team had a strong close to the Sun Belt Conference Championship on Monday, finishing round two with a 285 team score and playing the third round with a 292 on the way to a ninth place finish in Florida.
- Andoni Etchenique played even par golf to finish his second round Monday morning, with three birdies and three bogies coming in over the final eight holes as he posted a three-under 68 for the round.
-Thibault Santigny and Guillaume Fanonnel had one-over scores of 72 in the second round. Santigny finished his second round with a lone bogey on the way to his one-over. Fanonnel closed his second round with a birdie and double bogey for his one-over 72 on the card heading into the final round.
-Hogan Arey finished his second round off with a one-under on his back nine in route to a 77 for the second round. He picked up a pair of birdies on the back nine in route to his one-under.
-In the final round on Monday, the Warhawks were led by Fanonnel, who carded a two-under par score of 69. He highlighted by four birdies in the final round to finish in a tie for sixth in the 54-hole stroke play event which was a team-best for the Warhawks.
-Santigny and Arey both posted two-over par scores of 73 in the final round. Santigny bounced back from a five-over 40 on the front nine holes with a three-under par 33 on his card coming in highlighted by a pair of birdies and an eagle. Arey’s final round was highlighted by a pair of birdies in route to his 73 on number holes three and 10.
-Etchenique had a final round score of 77, bouncing back from a front nine 40 with a one-over coming in to finish with a 77. His lone birdie came on the 15th hole on the way to his 77.
-Price rounded out the Warhawks contingent with a final round 80, as he was able to pick up a pair of birdies on the card but scuffled coming in with a pair of triple bogies on the way to his 80.
Head Coach Tim Baldwin
Thought on the Round: It was a nice finish for Guillaume and Thibault this week. We are disappointed in not playing better this week despite only missing match play by six shots. In the end, we made too many mistakes but we are also very young with four freshman in the lineup. We are going to be better next year and hopefully make a run at this thing.