LAREDO ENERGY JUNIOR AT TRADITIONS
Traditions Club at Texas A&M
Bryan, Texas • April 21 - 24

Media Score BRYAN, Texas -- Final results from the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Traditions Club at Texas A&M.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6997. Rating: 74. Slope: 150
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6101. Rating: 77.6. Slope: 149

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Tyler Dunlap
2011
Westlake, Texas 75-73-70--218
2 Brad Dalke
2015
Hobart, Okla. 69-76-75--220
3 Scott Scheffler
2014
Dallas, Texas 74-76-72--222
4 Nathan Weant
2011
Hallsville, Texas 73-75-75--223
5 Christopher Petefish
2014
Danville, Calif. 77-76-71--224
6 Connor Black
2014
Humble, Texas 74-78-73--225
7 Donald Stimble
2014
Shell Knob, Mo. 76-78-72--226
T8 Andrew Lister
2011
Coronado, Calif. 72-82-73--227
8 Sean Walsh
2012
Keller, Texas 80-73-74--227
T10 Arthur Edelman
2012
Howey in the Hills, Fla. 80-75-73--228
10 David Lee
2012
Houston, Texas 79-75-74--228
T12 Zachary Olsen
2013
Cordova, Tenn. 77-74-78--229
12 Keagan Cummings
2012
Bradenton, Fla. 77-80-72--229
T14 Angelo Jose Gandionco
2012
Cebu City, Philippines 83-76-71--230
14 Charlie Benell
2012
Pacific Palisades, Calif. 83-72-75--230
14 Nicolas Noya
2012
South San Francisco, Calif. 80-73-77--230
T17 Christian De La Cruz
2014
San Antonio, Texas 78-77-76--231
17 Will Zalatoris
2014
Plano, Texas 78-76-77--231
T19 Zachary Toste
2012
Pembroke Pines, Fla. 80-76-76--232
19 Garrison Lackey
2011
Weslaco, Texas 81-74-77--232
19 Lorens Chan
2012
Honolulu, Hawaii 82-73-77--232
T22 Daniel Jaramillo
2014
Bradenton, Fla. 79-76-78--233
22 Michael Decker
2013
Pebble Beach, Calif. 78-80-75--233
22 Klein Klotz
2013
Austin, Texas 79-80-74--233
22 Jordan Niebrugge
2012
Mequon, Wis. 80-80-73--233
T26 Peter Thorseth
2014
Richmond, Texas 80-74-80--234
26 PJ Collier
2012
Houston, Texas 77-79-78--234
26 Preston Standley
2012
Plano, Texas 78-79-77--234
26 Matt Gilchrest
2013
Southlake, Texas 82-77-75--234
T30 Andre' Garcia
2013
Mansfield, Texas 80-79-76--235
30 Troix Tonkham
2012
Arleta, Calif. 80-76-79--235
30 Mitchell Johnson
2012
Middleton, Wis. 81-73-81--235
30 Corey Shaun
2014
Encinitas, Calif. 84-77-74--235
T34 Dalton Conn
2012
Fredericksburg, Texas 77-81-78--236
34 Jesse Perkins
2012
West Babylon, N.Y. 78-77-81--236
34 Brian K. Song
2012
Beverly Hills, Calif. 83-78-75--236
T37 Hayden Shieh
2014
Fremont, Calif. 76-82-79--237
37 Juan Veloza
2013
Cali, Colombia 81-80-76--237
37 Dylan Healey
2012
Franklin, Tenn. 79-82-76--237
40 Justin Strathe
2013
Owasso, Okla. 79-80-79--238
41 Scott Sweeney
2011
Lake Charles, La. 84-77-78--239
42 Wes Artac
2014
Kingwood, Texas 75-85-80--240
T43 Dylan Siebenaler
2013
Sugar Land, Texas 81-80-80--241
43 Andrew Ettinger
2012
Boca Raton, Fla. 78-83-80--241
43 Ben Wood
2012
Florence, Ala. 85-73-83--241
T46 Leighton Greer
2011
Madison, Miss. 83-77-82--242
46 Bradley Fleming
2012
Houston, Texas 80-81-81--242
48 Aaron Wong
2012
Chandler, Ariz. 78-81-85--244
Missed Cut
MC Nicolas Osorio 2012 Cali, Colombia 85-77--162
MC Joseph Abella 2012 Plano, Texas 85-78--163
MC Cameron Bridges 2012 Prosper, Texas 83-80--163
MC Drew Greenwood 2012 Hot Springs, Ark. 82-81--163
MC Jared Carver 2012 Weston, Fla. 79-84--163
MC Jose Antonio Hernandez 2011 San Luis Potosi, Mexico 82-81--163
MC Austin Eoff 2013 Benton, Ark. 82-81--163
MC Frederick Wedel 2012 Houston, Texas 81-83--164
MC Matt Oesterling 2013 The Woodlands, Texas 86-78--164
MC Hayden Bigby 2012 Bossier City, La. 89-75--164
MC Nathan Wong 2012 Chandler, Ariz. 82-82--164
MC Henry Davis 2013 Queretaro, Mexico 89-75--164
MC Chris Babcock 2012 Shoreline, Wash. 84-80--164
MC Jonathan Gerrard 2012 Highland Park, Ill. 85-79--164
MC Satoshi Tanaka 2012 Dublin, Ohio 84-80--164
MC Kirk Thomas II 2012 Bossier City, La. 84-80--164
MC Eric Ricard 2013 Shreveport, La. 83-81--164
MC Andrew Ertel 2012 The Woodlands, Texas 83-81--164
MC Matthew Liringis 2014 Phoenix, Ariz. 85-80--165
MC Jordan Cowart 2011 Austin, Texas 80-85--165
MC Drew Comer 2012 Fort Smith, Ark. 81-84--165
MC Preston Harrington 2013 Dallas, Texas 82-83--165
MC Marshall Roenigk 2011 Reno, Nev. 82-84--166
MC Will Seger 2013 Jasper, Ind. 84-82--166
MC RayVaun Christenson 2012 Ozark, Mo. 85-81--166
MC Brandon Liu 2011 Murrells Inlet, S.C. 88-79--167
MC Matthew Barth 2011 The Woodlands, Texas 83-84--167
MC Maxwell Miller 2015 College Station, Texas 82-85--167
MC Matt Krutz 2012 Norman, Okla. 84-84--168
MC Carlos Madrigal 2012 Howey in The Hills, Fla. 88-80--168
MC Charles Cai 2012 West Windsor, N.J. 83-85--168
MC Cody Mcmanus 2012 Phoenix, Ariz. 89-79--168
MC Chester Wang 2014 The Woodlands, Texas 92-77--169
MC Marcus Plunkett 2012 Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 87-83--170
MC Pedro Ramon Arguindegui 2012 Laredo, Texas 84-86--170
MC Charlie Marshall 2012 Lake Forest, Ill. 89-81--170
MC Kale Davidson 2012 Peoria, Ariz. 85-87--172
MC Garrett Browning 2012 Pittsburgh, PA 92-82--174
MC Luke Sheehan 2012 Cypress, Texas 84-91--175
MC Corey Hayford 2011 Friendswood, Texas 88-88--176
MC Dak Spivey 2012 Lloyd Harbor, N.Y. 91-87--178
MC Polo Lopez 2012 Monterrey, Mexico 88-98--186
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Taylor Coleman
2015
San Antonio, Texas 76-75-74--225
T2 Karen Chung
2013
Livingston, N.J. 79-75-72--226
2 Ashlan Ramsey
2013
Milledgeville, Ga. 76-75-75--226
2 Marijosse Navarro
2014
San Antonio, Texas 75-76-75--226
T5 Silvia Garces
2012
Cali, Colombia 79-78-71--228
5 Stephanie Liu
2015
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 78-74-76--228
5 Allisen Corpuz
2016
Honolulu, Hawaii 82-70-76--228
T8 Gabriela Lopez
2012
Mexico City, Mexico 78-70-82--230
8 Kayli Quinton
2012
Cypress, Texas 81-75-74--230
10 Sierra Sims
2013
Austin, Texas 78-77-78--233
11 Hannah O'Sullivan
2016
Chandler, Ariz. 78-76-80--234
T12 Taylor Kim
2012
Surrey, Canada 78-79-79--236
12 Courtney Ferguson
2011
Houston, Texas 83-74-79--236
12 Abby Newton
2012
Katy, Texas 81-76-79--236
T15 Allie Johnston
2012
Castle Rock, Colo. 79-79-79--237
15 Mariana Sims
2012
Austin, Texas 80-74-83--237
17 Tezira Abe
2012
Angleton, Texas 83-78-79--240
18 Courtney Dow
2016
Frisco, Texas 83-79-80--242
T19 Lauren Salazar
2012
Santa Clara, Calif. 86-77-80--243
19 Carly Ragains
2011
Highland Village, Texas 83-79-81--243
21 Maria Maymon
2012
Huixquilucan, Mexico 78-83-83--244
22 Jennifer Kim
2012
Collierville, Tenn. 82-81-85--248
Missed Cut
MC Hannah Kim 2014 Chula Vista, Calif. 87-77--164
MC Giovana Maymon 2014 Huixquilucan, Mexico 86-78--164
MC Eji Kwon 2013 Dallas, Texas 82-82--164
MC Alexandra Wong 2012 San Francisco, Calif. 86-79--165
MC Maddie Szeryk 2014 Allen, Texas 85-80--165
MC Katie Lee 2014 Silverdale, Wash. 83-82--165
MC Lakareber Abe 2014 Angleton, Texas 82-84--166
MC Brooke McDougald 2015 The Woodlands, Texas 85-81--166
MC Bryana Nguyen 2014 Columbia, Md. 84-83--167
MC Alexandra White 2013 Fort Worth, Texas 84-83--167
MC Andrea Wong 2012 San Francisco, Calif. 87-81--168
MC Jennifer Yu 2014 Huntington Beach, Calif. 86-84--170
MC Mia Ayer 2016 Waco, Texas 88-83--171
MC Kristen Gillman 2016 Austin, Texas 85-86--171
MC Madison Kidd 2016 Lake Jackson, Texas 85-86--171
MC Kirby Kramer 2011 Houston, Texas 87-86--173
MC Jessa LaBarbera 2011 Allen, Texas 89-85--174
MC Alexandra Sborov 2013 Pleasanton, Calif. 91-86--177
MC Katherine Sborov 2013 Pleasanton, Calif. 92-85--177
MC Angela No 2012 College Station, Texas 88-93--181
 

Late Surge Pushes Dunlap Atop the Leaderboard for Championship Honors
Coleman secures first AJGA Open victory at Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions

BRYAN, Texas — Just one week after the Aggie Invitational took place at the Traditions Club at Texas A&M, a future Aggie took home the top honors at the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions. Tyler Dunlap of Westlake, Texas, shot a low-final round of 2-under-par 70 to finish the tournament at 2-over-par 218. Taylor Coleman of San Antonio shot a 9-over-par 225 to give her a one-stroke advantage over a competitive Girls Division.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions was a 54-hole stroke play competition held at the Traditions Club at Texas A&M. The par-72 course played to 6,997 yards for the Boys Division and 6,101 yards for the Girls Division. The 132-player field featured players from 24 states, Mexico, France, Colombia, Canada, South Korea, Japan, Venezuela and the Philippines. After the second round, the Boys Division was cut to the low 45 players and ties while the Girls Division was cut to the low 21 players and ties.

Tied for second place entering the final round, Dunlap knew he would have to shoot low if he wanted to take home championship honors. With only a few holes left to play, the Texas A&M signee found himself trailing two-day leader Brad Dalke of McKinney, Texas, by two-strokes.

“I was two shots behind Brad and pretty much told myself that this was now or never,” Dunlap said. “I needed to hit greens and make birdies so once we got to No. 15 I started firing right at the flagstick. I was able to pick up par and knew if I stayed aggressive the birdies would come.”

Going on the offensive paid off for Dunlap. While he made par on Nos. 15 and 16, Dalke bogeyed No. 16. Dalke recovered by saving par on the next hole, but Dunlap's four-foot putt hit nothing but the bottom of the cup to give him a one-stroke advantage. Another birdie on the final hole of the tournament by Dunlap was the final dagger, securing his spot at the top of the leaderboard for his first career AJGA victory. Dunlap also revealed that the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions would more than likely be his final AJGA event.

“The last two times I have played on this course I finished in second place, so it was great to finally break that streak,” Dunlap said. “I love playing this course and am excited that this is where I get to play for the next four years of my career. Before the tournament I had told my father that I wanted to end my AJGA career on a high note and if I could win this tournament on this course, it would be the perfect ending.”

After leading for the first two rounds of play, Dalke finished the tournament at 4-over-par 220 to take home second place. In third place was Scott Scheffler of Dallas with a tournament total 6-over-par 222. Nathan Weant of Hallsville, Texas, finished in fourth place with a score of 7-over-par 223. Rounding out the Boys Division with a tournament total of 8-over-par 224 was Christopher Petefish of Scottsdale, Ariz.

Entering the final round in a three-way tie for second place, Coleman knew that she would have to up her level of play if she wanted to take home her second AJGA title.

“I knew I had to come in to the final round and focus on my own game,” Coleman said. “I wanted to focus on hitting more greens and staying out of the bunkers. I had a lot of momentum coming in to the final round, to be honest. On No. 10 I hit my gap wedge and holed it to make eagle. I had a few birdies throughout the tournament as well, which were big confidence boosters for me.”

As the final group of the day made their way to No. 18 green, Coleman watched on, mentally preparing for what she thought would be an ensuing playoff. However, bogeys by Marijosse Navarro of San Antonio and Ashlan Ramsey of Milledgeville, Ga., secured Coleman's first AJGA Open victory.

“I had won at the Stars of Texas Junior All-Star last year, but to win my first Open event is such a huge accomplishment for me,” Coleman said. “With it being such a good field this year, it makes me feel great that I was able to pull out the win. This is great momentum for what I hope is a great year.”

An even-par 72 performance by Karen Chung of Livingston, N.J., lifted her to a second place finish. Navarro and Ramsey joined Chung in a tie for second place to round out the Girls Division with tournament totals of 10-over-par 226s.

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