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The Texas Longhorns beat Big 12 rival Oklahoma State and No. 1 seed Vanderbilt in match play to advance to the Men’s NCAA Golf national championship match on Wednesday.

The final match, which will pit the Longhorns against the Arizona State Sun Devils, will take place at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.

The Longhorns secured the berth with a 3-1-1 win over Vanderbilt in the semifinals. The Commodores advanced after beating Texas Tech in the quarterfinals.


Cole Hammer defeated Gordon Sargent, 4&3; Pierceson Coody defeated Cole Sherwood, 3&2; and Travis Vick defeated Reid Davenport, 4&3.

The only winner for Vanderbilt was William Moll, who defeated Parker Coody, 1-up. The match between Texas’ Mason Nome and Vanderbilt’s Harrison Ott ended in a tie.

Texas advanced to the semifinals after beating Big 12 rival Oklahoma State, 3-2.

Three Texas players that won their matches. Parker Coody defeated Bo Jin, 3&2; Nome defeated Jonas Baumgartner, 2-up; and Hammer defeated Aman Gupta, 3&2.

Oklahoma State’s Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra defeated Pierceson Coody, 1-up, while Brian Stark defeated Vick, 2-up.

The other two Big 12 teams lost in the quarterfinals.


Oklahoma lost to Arizona State, 3-2. Drew Goodman and Logan McAllister were the two Sooners to win their matches. Goodman beat Jose Luis Ballester, 2 up, and McAllister beat David Puig, 3&2.

In the other matches, OU’s Patrick Welch lost to Mason Anderson, 1-up; Chris Gotterup lost to Preston Summerhays, 7&5; and Stephen Campbell Jr. lost to Cameron Sisk in 19 holes.

Texas Tech lost to Vanderbilt, 3-2. The two Red Raiders to win their matches were Sandy Scott, who defeated William Moll, 2&1; and Ludvig Aberg, who defeated Cole Sherwood, 1-up.

The three Vanderbilt wins included Reid Davenport defeating Calum Scott, 1-up; Harrison Ott defeating Andy Lopez, 3&2; and Gordon Sargent defeating Baard Skogen, 3&1.

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