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SAN ANTONIO, Texas- Behind strong play, led by senior Frederik Dreier, sophomore Aaron Terrazas and junior Charles Corner, the UTEP men’s golf team finished the Lone Star Invitational in fourth place.

The Miners, who were in a tie for second place after two rounds, shot a season-low 22-under 842 (277-280-285). Oklahoma ran away with the Lone Star title after setting the tournament’s team scoring record with a 40-under 824 (278-279-267).

Dreier and Terrazas stayed at the top of the Miners’ card and were part of a five-way tie for sixth place with 7-under 209. Dreier shot rounds of 66-70-73 and recorded 37 pars while Terrazas fired 71-71-67, including 15 birdies.

Corner, who tallied 14 birdies, was one stroke behind his teammates with 6-under 210 (71-68-71), finishing in a share of 11th. Andreas Sorensen ended the invite in a tie for 37th with a even-par 216 (69-71-76) showing.

Prescott Mann finished out the Miners’ scorecard in 68th after shooting 10-over 226 (76-76-74). Due to injury, Nicklas Pihl withdrew from the tournament.

The Miners will play in their last event of the regular season April 8-9 at the Western Intercollegiate in Santa Cruz, Calif. Live stats will be available via golfstat.com.

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