Oklahoma scene: OU men lead golf tournament by one stroke

The Sooners' Michael Schoolcraft is tied for the individual standings lead with Baylor's Kyle Jones.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: February 10, 2014
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Michael Schoolcraft helped Oklahoma top the standings after two rounds of the UTSA/Oak Hill Invitational men's golf tournament on Monday in San Antonio.

Schoolcraft is tied for the individual lead with Kyle Jones of Baylor. They have 3-under-par 140s at Oak Hills Country Club.

The Sooners lead the team standings with an 11-over 579. They lead by one stroke over Baylor.

Tulsa is seventh in the standings, 23 shots behind OU.

The tournament continues at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.

HONOR ROLL

*Jahseth Lloyd of University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma was chosen as Sooner Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week. The Brooklyn, N.Y., native score 50 points and grabbed 27 rebounds over two games, including a home victory against NAIA No. 4-ranked Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas).

*Adrianna White of Southwestern Christian was the SAC Women's Basketball Player of the Week. The freshman guard out of Midwest City averaged 26.0 points and 6.0 rebounds in two games. White added five assists, three steals and two blocked shots.

*Henry Caster of Oklahoma Baptist was selected as SAC Indoor Men's Track and Field Athlete of the Week. Caster ran the 60 hurdles in 8.39 seconds to meet the NAIA provisional qualifying standard, while the Bison competed at the University of Central Oklahoma Invitational. Caster is a senior out of Westmoore High School.

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