Parker Coody competes in May of 2019 at the Austin Regional. [RICARDO B. BRAZZIELL/AMERICAN-STATESMAN]


Texas men’s golf team advances at NCAA Championship

Oklahoma State tops the field by 44 strokes.

Posted May 27th, 2019

Story highlights
  • Parker Coody leads Longhorns to fourth spot.
  • Oklahoma and Texas A&M also make the field for match play.
  • Oklahoma State's Matthew Wolff tops the individual leaderboard with a 10-under 278.

The Texas men’s golf team dropped two spots to fourth place Monday at the NCAA Championship in Fayetteville, Ark., but that was good enough to be among the eight teams advancing to match play Tuesday.

The Longhorns and Oklahoma both finished at 1,180, 28 over par and far behind Oklahoma State’s 16-under 1,136. Vanderbilt was second at 15-over-par 1,167, and Wake Forest was at 1,172.

Also advancing after four rounds of stroke play were Stanford, Texas A&M and Clemson.


Parker Coody’s 1-over 73 was Texas’ low round of the day, and Spencer Soosman had a 74. Cole Hammer shot a 77, Pierceson Coody a 79 and Steven Chervony an 80.

Oklahoma State’s Matthew Wolff topped the individual leaderboard with a 10-under 278 after a round of 69. Parker Coody tied for 15th at 292, Hammer tied for 38th at 299, Soosman tied for 41st at 300, and Pierceson Coody and Chervony tied for 47th at 302.

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