Texas Tech men’s golf ended up with a one-hole playoff for the final spot in the NCAA Championships after their regional tournament, but lost by one stroke. In good news, Ludvig Aberg earned his full PGA Tour Card, having earned the inaugural PGA TOUR U, and is also up for the Fred Haskins and Jack Nicklaus awards, having already won the Ben Hogan award. Congrats to Ludvig and the program on a terrific NCAA Tournament run!
We fall by one stroke to Ohio State in the team playoff for the 15th and final advancing spot.
Matthew Comegys will now move on to a three-way playoff for the final two individual spots in Today’s fourth and final stroke play round pic.twitter.com/AoQtrQ7e1Y
— Texas Tech Men’s Golf (@TexasTechMGolf) May 29, 2023
TOUR Card 𝗘𝗔𝗥𝗡𝗘𝗗 😤
— Texas Tech Men’s Golf (@TexasTechMGolf) May 30, 2023
After getting walked-off by Oklahoma State to end Texas Tech’s run in the Big 12 Championships, Texas Tech baseball (3) was selected as part of the Gainesville Regional and the NCAA Tournament along with Florida (1), UConn (2), and Florida A&M (4). Texas Tech will start this double-elimination tournament on Friday, June 2nd with first pitch at noon and the game broadcast on ESPNU. The bracket is here (PDF) if you want to check it out.
Former Fresno State cornerback Bralyn Lux (5-11/1750 announced on Twitter that he’d transfer to Texas Tech. Lux is a starter that was injured a bit last year, only playing in 8 games, but had 35 tackles, 3 tackles for a loss, 2 sacks, a pick, and 8 pass break-ups. With Rayshad Williams still potentially dealing with issues from recovering from a sports hernia surgery, this is insurance and competition for freshmen Maurion Horn and Jordan Sanford.
— Bralyn Lux✌🏾 (@iam_blux3) May 28, 2023