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TCU men’s golf 10th as lightning suspends play

TCU shot a 291 for an 880 total and was in 10th place after the third day of the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships in Bradenton, Fla.

Play was suspended because of lightning with six of the top 16 teams still with holes to play.

SMU’s Bryson Dechambeau leads individual play after shooting an even-par 72 fo a 209 total.

After the round is completed this morning, the top 15 schools and top nine individuals not on an advancing team will play an additional round of stroke play to determine the top eight schools for match play and the 72-hole individual champion. The eight schools will then compete in match play for the team championship.

Andrew Presley leads the Horned Frogs with a 215 and is tied for 12th individually. He shot a 72 on Sunday. Julien Brun shot 70.

TCU track and field

TCU qualified athletes in five more events for the NCAA Championships at the NCAA West Prelims on Saturday night in Austin.

The men’s 4x100 relay of Cameron Echols-Luper, Sam Watts, Ronnie Baker and Kolby Listenbee finished second with a time of 39.1.

“With the 4x100, we had some issues,” coach Daryl Anderson said. “A team got in our way and then UTA was in our heat and they got knocked down. But we still ran 39.1 and finished with the third fastest time.”

Brianna McGhee qualified by finishing the 100-meter hurdles in 13.24 seconds. She broke the school record set by Larissa Matthew, who ran a 13.26 in 2010.

Scotty Newton qualified in the men’s triple jump with a 50-10 3/4. Watts also qualified in the 200-meter dash with a 20.85. The men’s 4x400 relay of Lavon Collins, Joshua Washington, Watts and Baker qualified with a 3:06.22.

The NCAA Championships run from June 10-13 in Eugene, Ore.

Softball World Series

Nicole DeWitt’s run-scoring single in the bottom of the ninth gave Florida a 3-2 extra-inning win over Auburn, sending the defending national champion Gators back into the championship series tonight in Oklahoma City.

Florida will play Michigan, which beat LSU 6-3 on Sierra Lawrence’s two-run double in the sixth.

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