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Chad Sewell follows his ball’s flight path after hitting a drive during the Conference USA Men’s Golf Championship. Sewell finished the tournament as the highest placed Roadrunner in a tie for 12th at 2 under.

Men’s golf finishes fifth at tightly fought Conference USA Championship

Julia Maenius, Magazine Editor May 4, 2021

The UTSA men’s golf team finished fifth in the lineup for the Conference USA Championship, Wednesday, April 28 at the Texarkana Country Club. Finishing fifth out of 13 teams, the Roadrunners tallied...

Men’s golf suffers rare downturn in form at Aggie Invitational

Ryder Martin, Sports Editor April 16, 2021

The UTSA men’s golf team, coming off of a fifth-place finish at the Bayou City Collegiate Classic the week prior, took part in the 54-hole Aggie Invitational from Friday, April 9, through Sunday, April...

33rd ranked men’s golf rides consistency to fifth place finish

Ryder Martin, Sports Editor April 9, 2021

The UTSA men’s golf team competed in the 54-hole Bayou City Collegiate Classic in Houston, from Monday, April 6, through Tuesday, April 7. The tournament played host to three nationally-ranked teams,...

Chad Sewell hits a drive during this weeks season opening tournament. Sewell finished as the highest placed Roadrunner in the field in a tie for 15th at 4 over par.

Men’s golf finishes sixth in first tournament of season

Julia Maenius, Magazine Editor February 26, 2021

The UTSA men’s golf team began their 2021 season with a sixth-place finish in the University of Houston’s Border Olympics tournament, Feb. 22-23. The Roadrunners finished the three-round competition...

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