SFA Men’s Golf will head to Laredo to compete at the Houston Border Olympics, while Women’s Golf will be competing in the UTRGV Invitational in McAllen. Both teams are competing from March 11-12.


The Ladyjacks’ last outing was a personal record for the team this season as they have captured the highest finish of the season so far. Two Ladyjacks reached top- 10 finishes, and the team placed a season-high fourth place among the 11 teams competing. They carded a total of 66 over 930 in Corpus Christi. Erica Lautensack tied for fifth place among 60 golfers, and Alexandra Batista captured an eighth- place finish.

Next up is the UTRGV Invitational, and the women have their eyes and clubs set on continuing the hot streak they are on and topping the fierce competition in McAllen next Monday.


The Lumberjacks kicked off their spring season at the LaTour Intercollegiate on Feb.18-19. The team tied the second-lowest score on Tuesday and shot 9 over 297 on the last 18 holes. The Jacks were the top Southland

Conference finisher among the seven that competed in the 54-hole event. SFA completed the tournament totaling 22 over 886 placing third out of 12 with just one stroke behind the runner-up, Samford. Jake Hendrix tied at No. 5, and Angelo Leyvani finished at No. 12 among 67 golfers.

This Monday and Tuesday, the team heads to Laredo for the Border Olympics, where a total of 18 teams are signed up to compete. Last year, Campbell University came in and took the championship in the 2018 Border Olympics.

After these tournaments, the LadyJacks will sit a week out as they prepare for the Red Rocks Invitational on March 23-24 in Sedona, Arizona, at the OakCreek Country Club. The Lumberjacks will be in Lake Charles, Louisiana, at the Golden Nugget Invitational, March 18-19.

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