RUSTON, LA (KSLA/Louisiana Tech Sports Information) -
Louisiana Tech sophomore
Victor Lange was honored by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as South
Africa native was named second team All-Louisiana.
Lange received second team
honors along with Eamon Bradley (Southeastern Louisiana), Fernando Cruze Valle
(UL-Lafayette), Curtis Thompson (LSU) and Haraldur Magnus (UL-Lafayette).
He was also named second team
All-Conference USA, C-USA All-Tournament and Bayou City Collegiate Championship
All-Tournament during the season.
Lange led the team with a school
record 72.80 stroke average over his 35 rounds played in 2013-14, breaking the
old school record of 73.34. He became the first Bulldog golfer in school
history to receive a bid to compete at the NCAA Regionals where he recorded a
top-25 finish. Lange's all-conference honors make him the first golfer at LA
Tech to receive back-to-back all-conference honors sine Freddy Killam did so in
the Southland Conference in 1981-82.
He ranked 13th in
school history with a team-best low round score of 67 while his 209 tournament
round on Feb. 21-23 ties for sixth best in school history.
nominated by school sports information directors and voted on by a panel of
LSWA members, including SIDs which could not vote for their own players.
Wednesday, August 20 2014 11:13 PM EDT2014-08-21 03:13:36 GMT
The Parkway Panthers football team lost 35 seniors last year, and one of them was Brandon Harris, who is now the LSU quarterback. But the team had an historic season, making it to the state championship game, and did it all playing on the road throughout the entire playoffs. They want to make it back to the top again this year.More >>
The Parkway Panthers football team lost 35 seniors last year, one of those seniors was LSU quarterback Brandon Harris. Keondre Wudtee will take over the quarterback position and lead the panthers offense in 2014. More >>