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Wednesday, March 26, 2014 | Golf
MVC Golf Weekly Notebooks (March 26)
Louis Cohen Boyer of Wichita State, Nick Langley of Missouri State and Danielle Lemek of Bradley have been named MVC Golfers of the Week. For more information, including weekly recaps, schedules, and statistics, please see the linked PDF releases.
MVC Men's Golfers of the Week
Louis Cohen Boyer - Jr. - Wichita State (Paris, France)
Nick Langley - Sr. - Missouri State (Manchester, Mo.)
Senior Nick Langley led Missouri State by carding 72-69-82—223 at the 21st Annual UALR/First Tee Classic in Little Rock, Ark. His 7th place individual finish helped guide the Bears to a team-best fifth place finish since the new year’s break. Langley recorded a tournament low 69 in the second round of competition, which gave him the lead after the first day of competition. Langley’s Monday total (72-69—141) is a new career-best for the opening two rounds.
MVC Women's Golfer of the Week
Danielle Lemek - So. - Bradley (Doniphan, Neb.)
Lemek wrapped up play at the Plantation Inn Intercollegiate with a school record six-under 66 to vault into a tie for fifth in the final individual standings. She opened play with a one-over par 73 at the Plantation Inn Golf Resort to extend her streak of consecutive sub-80 rounds to 12 and tie for the fourth longest streak in program history. Lemek shot an 81 in the second round to slip into a tie for 20th entering the final round. With her streak of seven consecutive top-10 finishes in jeopardy, Lemek was even through her first six holes of the final round, before firing six biridies on her final 12 holes. Her school-record 66 moved her into a tie for fifth in the individual standings at 220 as she posted her eighth straight top-10 finish. Lemek topped the previous school record of 68 set by Thea Hedemann set in February 2012 by two strokes and turned in the lowest round in the MVC this season. The top-10 finish was Lemek’s seventh of the year, matching a school season record which she tied last season as a freshman and she also moved into sixth in school history with her 47th round under 80.