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Mr. Triston Elston




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Oct. 31, 2017
Elston Equals Career Low

PRINCEVILLE, Hawaii – Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns junior golfer Triston Elston fired a career low round of 68 (-4) in the second round of the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational on Monday at the par-72, 7,223-yard Princeville Makai Golf Club.

The Ragin’ Cajuns are still in 17th place after 36 holes with an overall score of 9-over (585) after carding a round of even par (288).

No. 40 Louisville continues to lead the field with a two-round score of 41-under (535). Hayden Buckley of Missouri sits atop the individual leaderboard with a score of 17-under (227) after posting a round of 11-under (61). Georgia Southern’s Steven Fisk set a course record carding a round of 60 (-12).

Elston’s Career Low Round

Junior Triston Elston matched his career low round with a 68 on Monday. Elston had just two blemishes on the card while tallying four birdies and an eagle. The Baton Rouge, La. native finished the round three-under in his final six holes of the day.

Ragin Cajuns Sink Eagles

Louisiana notched four eagles as a team in the second round with Elston, Colin Troxler, Bjorn Gudjonsson and Justin Caldwell each tallying one during the round. The Cajuns lead the tournament with five eagles through two rounds.

Final Round Pairings

The Ragin’ Cajuns will again be paired with Idaho and Hawaii for the final round of the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational. Play gets underway at 1 p.m. CT with a shotgun start. Live scoring for the event is available on Golfstat.com.

Sliman’s Thoughts

“It was nice to finish the round out on a strong note, but we need to start rounds off better than we did today. To shoot even par with the conditions like they were is mediocre. I have the upmost confidence and belief that we can post a low number as a group tomorrow. I’m proud of Triston and his discipline and determination. He played his last six holes three under to match his low round of his career. Certainly something he can build on tomorrow for his final round.”

1. Louisville 266-269—535 -41; 2. Missouri 270-270—540 -36; 3. UCLA 279-268—547 -29; 4. San Diego State 274-274—548 -28; 5. Sam Houston State 280-270—550 -26; 6. Wake Forest 281-271—552 -24; 7. ETSU 288-271—559 -17; T8. Colorado 289-272—561 -15; T8. Ole Miss 282-279—561 -15; 10. Washington 280-283—563 -13; T11. Utah Valley 288-278—566 -10; T11. Cal State Fullerton 288-278—566 -10; 13. Cal Poly 292-277—569 -7; 14. UMKC 284-287—571 -5; 15. San Diego 292-280—572 -4; 16. Georgia Southern 296-280—576 E; 17. Louisiana 297-288—585 ?9; 18. Hawaii (B) 299-294—593 ?17; 19. Idaho 304-298—602 ?26; 20. Hawaii 308-302—610 ?34

T45. Peter Hinnant*, 70-72—142 -2
T53. Triston Elston, 75-68—143 -1
T60. Colin Troxler, 70-74—144 E
T84. Bjorn Gudjonsson, 76-72—148 ?4
T89. Jack Tolson, 76-74—150 ?6
T104. Cole Kendrick*, 79-76—155 ?11
T9106. Justin Caldwell, 77-79—156 ?12

* – Playing as an individual

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