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Sophomore Aaron Pulanco led UND on the final day of the Husky Invite with a 77 (+6).
UND wraps up play at Husky Invite
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Updated: Monday 10/01/2013 15:42:46 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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Woodforest, Texas - The University of North Dakota men's golf team wrapped up play at the Husky Invitational on Tuesday in a tournament won by Arkansas-Little Rock.The Trojans posted a final-round 285 (+1) to rally past Louisian-Monroe for the team title.

UALR edged the Warhawks by a single stroke. Host Houston Baptist took third.

Sophomore Aaron Pulanco turned in his lowest round of the 54-hole tournament to lead UND on the final day. Pulanco shot a 77 (+6) as the Green and White finished with a 317 (+33) on the final day to take 13th place.

Senior Sean Halverson finished with a team-low total of 225 (+12) to tie for 42nd. He was the lone UND golfer to shoot in the 70's in each of his rounds, including a career-low 70 (-1) in round one.

UND will wrap up its three-tournament fall schedule next week at the Arbor Links Invitational in Nebraska. 

Top 5 Teams
1.    Arkansas-Little Rock (282-277-285 = 844, -8)
2.    Louisiana-Monroe (286-269-290 = 845, -7)

3.    Houston Baptist (273-290-290 = 853, +1)
4.    McNeese State (286-283-290 = 859, +7)
5.    Florida Atlantic (282-296-285 = 863, +11)
13.  North Dakota (307-311-317 = 935, +83)

UND Inviduals
t42.  Sean Halverson (70-76-79 = 225, +12)
t65.  Aaron Pulanco (80-81-77 = 238, +25)
t68.   
Collin Lervick (76-82-82 = 240, +27)
t68.  Brady Ohman (80-81-79 = 240, +27)
t71.  Daniel Sayler (82-74-86 = 242, +29)

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