University of Central Arkansas' Lewis George shot an opening round 73 Monday at the NCAA College Station Regional being played at the Traditions Golf Club.
George, a junior from Cheshire, England, shot 1-over 73 and stands tied for 22nd place among the 72 golfers.
George was 1-under through 12 holes after birdies at Nos. 10 and 12 before bogeys on his final two holes of the day pushed him to 1-over.
Texas A&M golfers Chandler Phillips and Brandon Smith, playing on their home course, joined Baylor's Cooper Dossey, with the best rounds of the day at 4-under 68 to lead the field.
A&M has a three-stroke lead over Baylor in the team standings, followed by Clemson, UCLA and South Carolina rounding out the top five.
George is one of 10 golfers who qualified as individuals in the regional.
University of Central Arkansas junior Hunter Strong was named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District baseball team for the second consecutive year May 11.
Strong, a left fielder from Sheridan, Ark., was one of 10 players named to the NCAA Division I All-District 6 squad.
Strong has a 3.77 grade-point average with a major in biology.
Strong is the Bears' leading hitter with a .360 batting average, and is also first on the team in doubles with 17, triples with four, run scored with 47, slugging percentage (.533) and on-base percentage (.448) and is tied for first in RBI (40).
He ranks fourth in the Southland Conference in batting average, is tied for second in hits (71) is tied for third in doubles and is tied for second in runs scored (47).
Strong was named to the 2017 ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Div. I All-South Central Region second team last season and was a first-team All-SLC selection and was also named to the SLC All-Defensive team.
The CoSIDA/Google Cloud Academic All-District Softball Teams, which recognizes student-athletes for achievements on the field and in the classroom, were released May 11.
Senior Kate Myers was one of four infielders chosen to represent District 6, which is comprised of schools from Arkansas, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
Myers, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, is the sixth player in the Division I era and the first since 2012 to earn All-District honors after graduating from Central Arkansas with a degree in Biology and a perfect 4.00 GPA.
She turned in her most successful season on the field this year, leading the Bears with 15 doubles and 40 RBI while slashing .329/.431/.542.
An All-Southland Conference Honorable Mention Selection, she tallied 12 multiple-hit games on the season and drove in multiple runs in nine contests.
The Central Arkansas softball career leader with 461 assists, Myers plans on attending the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
"Kate is the cream of the crop of a student-athlete," UCA head coach David Kuhn said. "She's outstanding on the field and outstanding in the classroom. I'm so happy for her as she continues to get recognition for her outstanding performance on the softball field and her amazing academics in the classroom."
By being named to the Academic All-District Team, Myers becomes eligible for Academic All-America honors, which will be announced June 7.
Central Baptist College baseball coach Aaron Brister announced another signee for the class of 2019 to his ranks.
Slayton Holland will join the Mustangs when the new semester begins in August.
Holland, from Atlanta, Texas, is a utility player.
He stands 6-feet tall and has played baseball, basketball and football at Atlanta High School, helping the baseball and football teams reach the players.
He is also on the honor roll and a member of the national honor society.