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October 17, 2013

East Central Fall Sports Roundup

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OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. – The East Central University women’s golf team finished fourth at the Great American Conference Preview Wednesday at Lake Hefner (South). The Lady Tigers finished with a score of 641 (319-322), just 21 strokes off the leader, Southwestern Oklahoma State.

“We had the best tournament scores for us so far this fall and it was the toughest weather conditions we have faced,” said head coach Danny Key. “Every member of the team contributed and we left the course with more confidence.”

Sophomore Madison Myers moved up four spots after the first day to finish sixth individually, with a 155 (78-77). Junior Lindsey Lunceford and freshman Molli Taylor were tied for 16th. Lunceford shot a 79 and 84, while Molli Taylor shot 80 and 83 over the two rounds.

Junior Payton Taylor was one stroke behind and tied for 18th, with a 164 (82-82). Senior Megan Dutton rounded out the field for ECU, finishing 24th with a 166 (86-80).

The Lady Tigers will compete in their final tournament of the fall, Oct. 20-22 when they travel to Lawton, Okla., for the Oklahoma Intercollegiate for Women at Fort Sill Golf Course.

 

Bradford and Glavez earn 

GAC Player of the Week Honors

RUSSELLVILLE, ARK. – After going 2-0 over the weekend, two senior East Central University soccer players have earned Great American Conference Player of the Week honors

Senior Ashley Bradford was named the Offensive Player of the Week and Susana Galvez picked up the Defender of the Week award. 

Bradford scored both game winning goals for the Lady Tigers over the weekend. She helped ECU hand OBU its first GAC loss of the season. She totaled five shots, four on goal, and a .800 shot on goal percentage for the weekend. She entered the weekend with only one goal on the year

Galvez helped the Lady Tigers pick up a pair GAC victories over the weekend. She helped the team block four shots by Harding. She added a shot on goal while playing all 90 minutes. In the overtime win against Ouachita Baptist, she played all 94 minutes and helped the team block four shots – including two in overtime. She added goal in the OT victory.

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