The Golden Suns get ready as they will enter the Great American Conference Championships April 22 to April 24. They will travel to Hot Springs to take part in the championship. The Golden Suns took home first place this past week at the Central Region Spring preview after rallying back after an opening round deficit put them behind. The Golden Suns finished with a season-low 293 in one round to come back after taking a seven-stroke deficit in the first round. Peerada Piddon, from Bangkluay, Thailand, finished with a 72 to finish in a three-way tie for first place and lead the Golden Suns to bring them to first. Avery Struck, from Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia, had an opening round score of 75 to take fifth. Piddon and Struck both made the all-tournament team. Allie Weinder, from Maumelle, and Pia Nunbhakdi, from Bangkok, Thailand, both shaved a few strokes off of their lows for a round.
To kick off the “2nd Monday Author Series” for the spring semester, Ross Pendergraft Library starts with one of Tech’s own, Mindy Hudson. Hudson’s book, “The Headless Horsemen of Booger Holler and Other Dover Tales,” […]
Arkansas Tech’s Student Government Association announced the new position holders, elected peers to help govern SGA, for next year. After a week of voting, SGA released the winners of the student election through its social […]
The Golden Suns won another conference series, defeating Henderson State three games to one this past Sunday and Monday. This series was the first true home conference series of the season for the Golden Suns. […]