William Sammons and four other UMHB men’s golfers were named All-ASC on Monday, while UMHB women’s golf’s Sarah Kmiecik earned one of six individual spots in the NCAAs.
The Week in UMHB Athletics…by the numbers (March 21, 2023)
Seven different UMHB teams were in action this past week, competing in six different states against a variety of opponents. As usual, we start off the week by examining some of the most notable numbers from the past week in Crusader athletics.
Golf Clubhouse and Practice Facility set to be constructed on UMHB’s campus
BELTON- There will soon be an addition to the UMHB athletic facilities, per a decision by the UMHB Board of Trustees last Friday, to approve the construction of a clubhouse and practice facility for the UMHB men’s and women’s golf teams.
Sammons wins second straight individual title, UMHB men’s golf victorious at ASC Preview
ALEXANDRIA, Louisiana- William Sammons finished the fall on fire.
A day after his birthday on Tuesday afternoon, the junior won the individual title at the ASC Preview, carding a score of 139, which was five below par.
UMHB men’s golf’s William Sammons prevails in playoff hole to win Alamo City Classic; UMHB women’s golf takes 2nd at ASC Preview
SAN ANTONIO- In the pressure of the moment, William Sammons prevailed.
Faced with a sudden-death playoff hole in the final round of the Alamo City Classic against Trinity’s Jacob Mason, Sammons made the crucial putt necessary on the first playoff hole to earn the individual title. It marked his first individual victory of the fall.
MITAS COMES THROUGH: In pivotal moments, the freshman answered the call at the NCAA Men’s Golf Tournament
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, Fla.-Parker Mitas stared down the hole. In what could be defined as the biggest tournament of his young collegiate career, the freshman’s bid to reach round three at the NCAA tournament came down to a single playoff hole against Gustavus Adolphus’ Jacob Pederson. And he proved that his remarkable poise was very much a strength, coming up clutch, as the last player on UMHB’s five-man team with an opportunity to advance to Thursday’s action.
Dramatic sudden-death playoff earns Baucum the individual title, UMHB men’s golf wins second straight ASC championship
GRANBURY, Texas- It did not seem like the race for the ASC men’s golf individual title could get any closer as the back nine of Sunday’s round three approached. And then it did. UMHB’s Andrew Baucum and Concordia’s Ben Constancio were tied through 18 holes, forcing a sudden-death playoff between the tournament’s two leaders. It took just one hole to decide the champion, as Baucum recorded a par to defeat Constancio, and claim his first ASC individual crown.
2021: The UMHB Athletics Year In Review
BELTON, Texas- 2021 saw a number of incredible achievements in UMHB athletics, from conference titles, to win streaks, to individual performances. In this year in review, we attempted to capture a snapshot of some of the notable numbers that defined 2021 for the Cru, as well as some of the memorable quotes and moments following 2021’s key victories.
Kaden Treybig leaves notable mark on UMHB men’s golf
GRANBURY, Texas- For the majority of the UMHB men’s golf team, Tuesday’s victory at the ASC preview marked the midpoint of the 2021-22 season. But for senior Kaden Treybig, the tournament had a slightly different feel to it.
After all, Treybig was not getting ready to cap off his fall season when he teed off Tuesday morning. He was preparing to begin the final round of his collegiate career.
UMHB men’s golf finishes fall slate with 21-stroke win at ASC Preview
GRANBURY, Texas- Coming off an ASC title and a national championship appearance, expectations were high for the UMHB men’s golf team entering the 2021 fall slate.
The Cru returned three from its five player lineup who competed at the national championship in May and earned the program’s eighth conference title in the spring.
Head coach Jordan Cox’s squad delivered on those expectations through six tournaments in the fall, winning four of them, including the ASC preview on Tuesday afternoon.
The Cru, in second place after day one, shot a -7 on Tuesday to win the tournament by 21 strokes. Five Crusaders tallied Top-10 finishes, including Harrison Jaeger and Andrew Baucum, who tied individually for first with a -5 (139) after 18 holes.
The tie in the top spot led to a playoff hole, which…