Golf

Men open season out West

Men’s golf teed off its spring season with its best round as a team coming in the second day of the Snowman Getaway Tuesday. The tournament, held at the Palm Valley Golf Club in Goodyear, Ariz., provided the Racers an opportunity to play golf after battling a tough winter. The weather kept Murray State inside Read More


Men’s golf takes 12th

The men’s golf team came away with a 12th place finish after its final round at the Alabama State University Fall Beach Classic Tuesday. Murray State finished its three rounds with scores of 298-306-310=914. Sophomore Preston?French the Racers with rounds of 74-74-77=225, good enough for 27th place overall. Fellow sophomore Brock Simmons and junior Chasten Read More


Howson earns OVC honor

Senior women’s golfer Delaney Howson is a true representation of the phrase student first, athlete second. Howson has broken record after record with her exceptional talent both in the classroom and on the course. Her latest feat is being the first women’s golfer in Murray State history to be named the OVC Scholar-Athlete Award. To Read More


Golf ready for break before spring season

The women’s golf team capped off its fall season with an eighth-place finish at the Blue Raider Invitational Tuesday. Competing against 15 teams, with five OVC competitors in the mix, the Racers finished three rounds at the Old Fort Golf Course in Murfreesboro, Tenn., with a score of 916. Head Coach Velvet Milkman said the Read More


Howson beats record, earns second OVC honor

Senior Delaney Howson led the women’s golf team to a second-place finish and clenched her second medalist honor of the season at the Austin Peay State University Intercollegiate Tuesday. Wednesday, Howson was also named the OVC Golfer of the Week for her second time this season. With an impressive 4-under-par finish at Clarksville Country Club Read More


Howard ties record, team earns third place

The men’s golf team placed third out of 16 teams at UT Martin’s Skyhawk Fall Classic Tuesday, but the standout of the tournament came from Murray State’s gold team. Sophomore Chasten Howard shot the lowest round of the tournament, finishing the third round with a score of 66 and breaking 70 for the first time Read More