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Golf: Flynn, Ortego Lead Louisiana at Jim Rivers Intercollegiate

Louisiana earns 10th place finish in opening event of 2021-22

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CHOUDRANT – Charlie Flynn and freshman Eli Ortego each recorded rounds of 2-under-par 70 and the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Golf Team produced a 10th-place finish in its season opener as the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate concluded on Tuesday at Squire Creek Golf Club.
Louisiana, which shot a team score of 4-over 292 in the final round, finished the 54-hole event at 873.
Flynn finished in a tie for 11th place for Louisiana in the 119-player field after finishing at 3-under 213 – one stroke off his career 54-hole best (212) set at the 2018 Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational. The junior, who notched his 10th career top-20 finish, birdied three of his final five holes in the round to finish at 2-under 34 on the back nine.
Ortego, in his Louisiana debut, birdied twice on the front nine and was 1-under 35 on the back nine – including an eagle on the par-4, 405-yard No. 14 – to finish in a tie for 33rd place at 2-over 218.
Peter Hinnant (74-68-81-223) finished in a tie for 59th overall for Louisiana with Matt Weber (79-72-75-226) and Hunter Hammett (76-76-77-229) rounding out the Ragin' Cajuns lineup with Jake Marler (76-75-75-226) competing as an individual.
LSU claimed the team title in the 21-team field at 841 with UTSA (848), Southern Miss (851), host Louisiana Tech (854) and Little Rock (862) rounding out the top five.
Louisiana Tech's Sam Murphy maintained his second-day lead and claimed individual medalist honors after shooting a 5-under 67 in the final round. Murphy finished at 13-under 203 for the event and was four strokes ahead of runner-up Hunter Atkins of Southern Miss.
Louisiana returns to action beginning on Monday when it travels to compete at UTSA's Lone Star Invitational at TPC San Antonio.
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September 12-14, 2021
Choudrant, La. (Squire Creek GC)
Par 72, 7,105 yards
1. LSU 285-281-275-841; 2. UTSA 290-272-286-848; 3. Southern Miss 285-284-282-851; 4. Louisiana Tech 286-279-289-854; 5. Little Rock 285-282-295-862; 6. ULM 294-282-289-865; T7. Lamar 290-288-293-871; T7. Houston 284-291-296-871; 9. South Alabama 293-282-297-872; 10. Louisiana 294-287-292-873; 11. UT Arlington 291-287-297-875; 12. Troy 286-293-297-876; 13. Francis Marion 291-292-295-878; 14. Abilene Christian 293-296-290-879; 15. Middle Tennessee 297-290-293-880; 16. High Point 296-290-300-886; 17. Rice 301-301-294-896; 18. Western Kentucky 296-299-302-897; 19. Chattanooga 308-294-298-900; 20. Central Arkansas 306-305-307-918; 21. Louisiana Tech (B) 312-306-309-927.
LOUISIANA INDIVIDUALS (* - competing as an individual)
T11. Charlie Flynn 71-72-70-213; T33. Eli Ortego 73-75-70-218; T59. Peter Hinnant 74-68-81-223; T82. Matt Weber 79-72-75-226; T82. Jake Marler * 76-75-75-226; T94. Hunter Hammett 76-76-77-229.

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