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The UTEP men’s golf team will make a trip to the Alamo City to compete in the Lone Star Invitational, hosted by UTSA at the Briggs Ranch Golf Club (par 72/7,247 yards) in San Antonio, Texas.

The invitational will run from March 20-21 with an 8:30 a.m. (9:30 a.m. MT) shotgun start both days (36 holesMonday, 18 holes Tuesday).

Coming off a ninth place finish last week at the Border Olympics, UTEP will send Frederik Dreier, Aaron Terrazas, Nicklas Pihl, Andreas Sorensen, Charles Corner, and Prescott Mann, who will be playing as an individual, to the links.

The Miners, who placed fourth in last year’s Lone Star Invitational with 32-over par 896 (305-298-293), will compete in a field that includes 2016 Lone Star champ New Mexico, Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Illinois, Little Rock, Louisiana-Lafayette, McNeese State, Mississippi State, New Mexico State, Oklahoma, Rice, Southeastern Louisiana, Texas State, and UTSA.


2017 Lone Star Invitational
Monday, March 20 — Tuesday, March 21
Briggs Ranch Golf Club (7,247 yards/par 72), San Antonio, Texas

Monday, March 20
8:30 a.m. — First & Second Rounds
(shotgun start)Tuesday, March 21
8:30 a.m. — Final Round
(shotgun start)


Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Illinois, Little Rock, Louisiana-Lafayette, McNeese State, Mississippi State, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Oklahoma, Rice, Southeastern Louisiana, Texas State, UTEP, UTSA.


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