College notes: TCU’s Brun tied for first at regional golf tournament
05/16/2014 10:16 PM
05/17/2014 1:55 AM
Julien Brun and Paul Barjon shot 67 and 68, respectively, helping TCU to a 2-over 290 and a tie for fifth place at the NCAA San Antonio Regional golf tournament on Friday.
Brun is tied for first place with Bryson Dechambeau of SMU.
The Horned Frogs and UCLA are nine shots behind Georgia.
Brun worked around his lone bogey with four birdies to sit at 3 under after the front nine, and collected birdies on the 13th and 18th holes to jump into the lead.
Barjon was perfect through the first nine holes with three birdies until his first miscue with a bogey on the par-4 12th.
But he bounced back with an eagle on the par-5 13th. He followed up with a birdie on the next hole to take a share of the lead before he bogeyed again.
The top five teams will advance to the NCAA Championships, set for May 23-28 in Hutchinson, Kan.
• Track & field: Cameron Tabor of TCU finished seventh in the hammer throw at 177 feet, 6 inches on the first day of the Big 12 Conference Outdoor Championships in Lubbock. Nick Miller of Oklahoma State won the event with a throw of 244 feet. His 10 points helped propel OSU to the first-day lead among the men’s teams with 27 points. Oklahoma is second at 26.
Big 12 baseball
• Oklahoma State 2, Oklahoma 1: The Cowboys (41-13, 18-5 Big 12) scored an unearned run in the ninth inning to beat the Sooners (27-27, 7-16). Tyler Buffett pitched seven innings of shutout ball for Oklahoma State. He walked only one batter.• Texas Tech 3, West Virginia 2: Tim Proudfoot singled in the bottom of the ninth inning, leading the Red Raiders (39-16, 13-10 Big 12) over the Mountaineers (27-23, 9-13).
• Texas 12, Kansas State 0: Dillon Peters and Morgan Cooper combined on a no-hitter for the Longhorns (35-15, 12-10), who overwhelmed the Wildcats (24-29, 4-18).
Peters pitched seven innings, walking three and striking out eight. Kacy Clemens knocked in three runs for the Longhorns.
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