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Golf finishes fifth at Texoma Championship

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The MissouriSouthern golf team placed fifth today after the final round of action in theTexoma Championship, hosted by Southeastern Oklahoma State at Chickasaw PointeGolf Resort. 

The Lionswere led by a fourth place finish from junior RyanBuerk. Buerk shot an opening round 79 and followed that up with a round twoscore of 70, before shooting a 77 today to finish with a 54-hole total of 226.Senior RyanRussell shot a score of 232 to finish 15th, while senior AndrewMaier shot a 236 to finish tied for 21st.

Sophomore SkylerArbuckle placed 39th, while freshman TaylorLansford finished 44th. 

SoutheasternOklahoma won the team title with a 54-hole total of 904. Paris Junior Collegeplaced second, trailing SEOSU by 18 strokes. Southern Arkansas was third,followed by Rogers State and Southern to round out the top five. SouthernNazarene was sixth, followed by East Central and Arkansas-Monticello to roundout the team scores. 

The Lionswill be back in action next week for their final fall tournament and secondMIAA points event of the season, traveling to Warrensburg to compete in the CentralMissouri Invite at Keth Memorial Golf Course. 

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