OSSO JUNIOR AT OAK TREE

Oak Tree Country Club – East Course

Edmond, Oklahoma

June 28 – July 1

 

STREB CAPTURES CROWN IN OSSO JUNIOR AT OAK TREE

Espinosa sinks par putt on the last hole to claim victory

  

EDMOND, Okla. – Robert Streb of Edmond, Okla., fired a final-round 71 to capture the Boys Division title in the OSSO Junior at Oak Tree. First-round leader Colton Williams of Jacksboro, Texas, made a late charge with a final-round 69, but finished five shots off the lead.    

              

Lauren Espinosa of Hickory Creek, Texas, shot a 1-over-par 36 on the back nine and made a six-foot putt on the final hole to win the Girls Division by one shot over Heather Wright of Houston, Texas.

 

The OSSO Junior at Oak Tree is a 54-hole stroke play event conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Oak Tree Country Club’s East Course. The tournament features 142 players, ages 12-18, from 15 states, including 59 from Oklahoma and 39 from Texas.

            

Severe weather rolled through Oklahoma early in the morning, resulting in a suspension of play at 8:23 a.m.

               

When the storms finally subsided, the Boys and Girls Divisions were re-paired for shotgun starts. The girls final round was reduced to nine holes and began at noon while the boys played their final 18 holes beginning at 3 p.m.

               

Streb slowly built a lead over William Kropp of Edmond, Okla., over the front nine. The duo had been tied for the lead entering the day, but consistent play allowed Streb to pull away.

               

β€œI hit the ball really well and made a few putts,” said Streb, whose previous best AJGA finish was a seventh-place finish in the 2003 OSSO Junior at Oak Tree. β€œI play the course all the time – almost every day – so it helped knowing where to hit the ball. You have to pick your places out here.”

               

 Kropp finished in third at 220 along with Vincent Nadeau of Edmond, Okla. Matthew Rubis of Fargo, N.D., was fifth at 222.

               

In the Girls Division, Espinosa and Wright began the day tied for the lead, and after battling Oak Tree Country Club’s East Course, remained deadlocked standing on the tee at the 156-yard par-3 17th hole.

                 

After Espinosa made par and Wright made bogey, the duo attacked the par-4 18th hole.

Wright missed the green in regulation, but managed to roll in a lengthy par putt. After sliding her birdie attempt past the hole, Espinosa calmly rolled in the par putt for the win.

               

β€œI just told myself I could to it,” said Espinosa, a second-team Polo Golf All-American. β€œI’ve been so close. I was second at the AJGA Lubbock Junior – this is the third time I’ve been really close, so it’s nice to finally do it.”

               

Michaela Cavener of Tulsa, Okla., finished alone in third place with a total of 184.

               

The American Junior Golf Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. The largest association of its kind, the AJGA has a junior membership (boys and girls ages 12-18) of approximately 5,000 junior golfers from 50 states and 30 foreign countries.

               

Titleist, the AJGA’s National Sponsor, has been the catalyst and driving force behind the Association’s success since 1989. Rolex Watch USA, a supporter of the AJGA since 1983, became the inaugural AJGA Premier Partner in 2004.

               

AJGA alumni have risen to the top of amateur, collegiate and professional golf. More than 160 former AJGA juniors currently play on the PGA and LPGA Tours and have compiled more than 300 wins. AJGA alumni include Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Davis Love III, Mike Weir, Charles Howell III, Jim Furyk, Vicki Goetze-Ackerman, Grace Park, Cristie Kerr and Beth Bauer.

 

For more information about the OSSO Junior at Oak Tree, call national headquarters at (770) 868-4200.

 

EDMOND, Okla. β€” Final results from the OSSO Junior at Oak Tree conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Oak Tree Country Club - East Course. Par: Boys: 35-35β€”70 Girls: 35-35β€”70. Yardage: Boys: 7,010 Girls: 5,849 (The Girls Final Round was Shortened to Nine Holes Due to Weather)


BOYS DIVISION

Robert Streb, Edmond, Okla.  70-72-71β€”213

Colton Williams, Jacksboro, Texas  67-82-69β€”218

Vincent Nadeau, Edmond, Okla.  74-75-71β€”220

William Kropp, Edmond, Okla.  69-73-78β€”220

Matthew Rubis, Fargo, N.D.  72-74-76β€”222

Jordan Cook, Edmond, Okla.  79-71-73β€”223

Andrew Carroll, Little Rock, Ark.  76-76-72β€”224

J.T. Hoffman, Alpharetta, Ga.  77-73-74β€”224

Robert Laird, Tulsa, Okla.  73-76-75β€”224

Jeff Campbell, Conway, Ark.  78-75-72β€”225

Trent Whitekiller, Sallisaw, Okla.  75-75-75β€”225

Austin Bowman, Pryor, Okla.  71-76-78β€”225

Jonathan Myers, Ponca City, Okla.  73-72-80β€”225

Kell Shenep, Little Rock, Ark.  77-74-75β€”226

Jeff Cox, Norman, Okla.  75-75-76β€”226

Phillip Bryan, Mustang, Okla.  74-73-79β€”226

Luke Symons, Lone Tree, Colo.  77-78-71β€”226

Blaine Butner, Wewoka, Okla.  72-76-79β€”227

Anthony Broussard, Beaumont, Texas  72-76-79β€”227

Brian Mason, Dallas, Texas  79-78-71β€”228

Jason Turner, Little Rock, Ark.  74-77-77β€”228

Dalton Owens, Mount Vernon, Mo.  76-78-75β€”229

Justin Davidson, Haslet, Texas  78-76-75β€”229

Tyler Trout, Leawood, Kan.  79-77-74β€”230

Michael Lee, Oklahoma City, Okla.  78-77-75β€”230

Jordan Woolf, Arlington, Texas  73-78-79β€”230

Dodge Kemmer, Wichita, Kan.  75-78-77β€”230

Justin Bond, Rockwall, Texas  71-83-76β€”230

Blake Hughey, Plano, Texas  77-77-76β€”230

Drew Allenspach, Sugarland, Texas  77-77-76β€”230

Blake Chrisman, Tulsa, Okla.  75-77-79β€”231

Brent Potts, Broken Arrow, Okla.  73-80-78β€”231

Hunter Buwick, Norman, Okla.  73-76-82β€”231

Owen Lindsey, Mustang, Okla.  78-76-77β€”231

Kevin Tway, Edmond, Okla.  81-77-74β€”232

Nathan Chambers, Purcell, Okla.  78-74-80β€”232

Heejoo Son, Torrance, Calif.  73-80-79β€”232

Brandon Eaton, Houston, Texas  80-73-80β€”233

Michael Mullin, Austin, Texas  83-76-75β€”234

Shane Pearce, Carrollton, Texas  80-75-79β€”234

Nick Williams, New Braunfels, Texas  80-72-82β€”234

Colby Ricks, Blanchard, Okla.  75-78-81β€”234

Kellen Mackey, Garland, Texas  82-79-74β€”235

Matt Monday, Greenwood, Ark.  79-80-76β€”235

Dax Clark, Shawnee, Okla.  83-76-76β€”235

Paul Hobbs, Edmond, Okla.  75-77-83β€”235

Richard Lash, Albuquerque, N.M.  85-77-74β€”236

Landon Morrow, Lubbock, Texas  76-80-80β€”236

Mark Johnson, Tulsa, Okla.  80-75-81β€”236

Austin Quinten, Sand Springs, Okla.  74-85-78β€”237

Hunter Muzny, Oklahoma City, Okla.  77-81-79β€”237

Jason Cuthbertson, Conway, Ark.  77-77-83β€”237

Praneeth Perera, Carrollton, Texas  74-80-83β€”237

Evan Sparkman, Oklahoma City, Okla.  77-82-79β€”238

Ryan Byk, Austin, Texas  79-80-79β€”238

Tony Melton, Marionville, Mo.  74-81-83β€”238

Bennett Klaus, Edmond, Okla.  77-75-86β€”238

Cameron Meyers, Edmond, Okla.  80-82-77β€”239

Andrew Hopkins V, Maumelle, Ark.  83-76-80β€”239

Chad Kennard, Oklahoma City, Okla.  77-77-85β€”239

Ben Alvarez, Mount Vernon, Mo.  78-84-78β€”240

Will Griffin, San Antonio, Texas  85-78-77β€”240

Travis Woolf, Arlington, Texas  81-78-81β€”240

Michael Jones, Norman, Okla.  78-81-81β€”240

Shaun O'Meara, Windermere, Fla.  83-79-79β€”241

Tyler Darden, Lubbock, Texas  78-82-81β€”241

Miles Seybert, Perryton, Texas  84-76-81β€”241

Tyler Hunt, Bixby, Okla.  85-81-76β€”242

Terence Begnel, Tulsa, Okla.  77-82-83β€”242

Andrew Grider, Edmond, Okla.  84-77-82β€”243

Tyler Rody, Andover, Kan.  80-78-85β€”243

J.T. Smith, Deer Park, Texas  80-77-86β€”243

Luke Dillard, Wichita Falls, Texas  79-82-83β€”244

Preston Wilkins, Tulsa, Okla.  76-88-80β€”244

Benjamin Marney, Wichita, Kan.  78-81-85β€”244

Ben Denton, Sapulpa, Okla.  84-85-75β€”244

Ryan Smith, Ardmore, Okla.  80-81-84β€”245

Ben Bench, Oklahoma City, Okla.  83-83-79β€”245

David Poggi, Layton, Utah  80-80-85β€”245

Dillon Jordan, Ardmore, Okla.  81-80-85β€”246

Stephen Evans, Tulsa, Okla.  84-83-79β€”246

Gabriel George, Salisbury, Mo.  79-82-87β€”248

Brennen Hughes, Mico, Texas  87-80-81β€”248

Tyler Newton, Willow Springs, Mo.  83-86-79β€”248

Clay Ferguson, Edmond, Okla.  83-82-84β€”249

Mitchell Van Zelfden, Marietta, Ga.  87-79-83β€”249

Geoffrey Shaw, Edmond, Okla.  82-86-81β€”249

Cade Lewis, Tulsa, Okla.  78-89-83β€”250

Clark Mitzner, McKinney, Texas  92-81-77β€”250

Brad Sumrall, Georgetown, Texas  79-87-85β€”251

Jay Matush, Belton, Texas  84-85-82β€”251

Michael Cox, Fort Collins, Colo.  84-84-84β€”252

Joseph Vahlberg, Norman, Okla.  87-84-81β€”252

Matt Charlson, Ninnekah, Okla.  80-83-90β€”253

Nathan Sheen, Amarillo, Texas  84-81-88β€”253

Aaron Ruiz, Oklahoma City, Okla.  83-84-86β€”253

Robert Shannon, Midway, Utah  85-85-83β€”253

Drew Knight, Edmond, Okla.  85-85-84β€”254

Brian Sullivan, Austin, Texas  88-83-84β€”255

Christopher Banton, New Orleans, La.  89-83-86β€”258

Teal Twaddle, Maryville, Mo.  92-80-88β€”260

Matt Jasinski, Maryville, Mo.  86-86-93β€”265

Charlo Riney, Little Rock, Ark.  90-97-86β€”273

Eric Schneider, Edmond, Okla.  91-96-87β€”274

Matthew Gabbard, Greenwood, Ark.  95-94-92β€”281

Matthew Natividad, Bentonville, Ark.    DQ (Rule 6-3a)

Preston Kerr, Dallas, Texas  89  WD (Illness)

Corey Hartley, Spring, Texas  84-79  WD

Albert Suarez IV, Grapevine, Texas  87-74  WD (Injury)

Matthew Oates, Diboll, Texas  85-85  WD

Jeffrey Chen, Walnut, Calif.  75-84  WD

Walter Koelbel, Cherry Hills Village, Colo.  74-83  WD

Michael Civerolo, Albuquerque, N.M.  84-92  WD

Alex Osborne, Sherman Oaks, Calif.  107-99  WD

GIRLS DIVISION

Lauren Espinosa, Hickory Creek, Texas  74-71-36β€”181

Heather Wright, Houston, Texas  70-75-37β€”182

Michaela Cavener, Tulsa, Okla.  74-72-38β€”184

Lucy Nunn, Lawton, Okla.  72-79-36β€”187

Sydney Cox, Edmond, Okla.  78-76-41β€”195

Brittany Johnston, Akron, Ohio  77-78-40β€”195

Ellen Hoeper, Kansas City, Mo.  78-79-42β€”199

Haley Brown, Austin, Texas  80-79-40β€”199

Sydney Liles, Phoenix, Ariz.  81-79-41β€”201

Ryanne Elmer, Edmond, Okla.  80-80-43β€”203

Amanda Johnson, Tulsa, Okla.  78-87-40β€”205

Sarah Dodson, Tulsa, Okla.  81-83-43β€”207

Alana Maiello, Camarillo, Calif.  84-84-40β€”208

Holly Niederkohr, Marysville, Ohio  79-85-44β€”208

Christy Carter, Tulsa, Okla.  79-84-46β€”209

Morgan Chambers, Purcell, Okla.  80-84-45β€”209

Whitney Osborne, Amarillo, Texas  83-87-39β€”209

Kelsey Kurtz, Edmond, Okla.  86-83-41β€”210

Elizabeth Wells, El Dorado, Ark.  84-84-42β€”210

Alexandra Richards, Austin, Texas  84-83-45β€”212

Helen Richards, Austin, Texas  82-86-46β€”214

Whitney Swearengin, Tulsa, Okla.  87-82-45β€”214

Laura Beth Bevill, El Dorado, Ark.  87-86-41β€”214

Katy Nugent, Wichita, Kan.  86-90-39β€”215

Kendall Dye, Edmond, Okla.  87-84-51β€”222

Andrea Sellmeyer, McAlester, Okla.  95-82-47β€”224

Whitney Doverspike, Carrollton, Texas  92-84-50β€”226

Marrik Wooten, Duncan, Okla.  90-86-52β€”228

Valerie Melton, Marionville, Mo.  91-98-59β€”248

 
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