The 2nd Annual Tritons Golf Tournament will be Oct. 3 in Forest Park in St. Louis.

Time is running out to sign up for the University of Missouri-St. Louis Department of Athletics’ Second Annual Tritons Golf Tournament, which will be Oct. 3 at the Norman K. Probstein Golf Course in Forest Park in St. Louis.

The fun-filled day of golf and socializing with friends and alumni will support UMSL Athletics. All proceeds will go toward the department’s 11 sports programs to help purchase uniforms and equipment.

The cost is $195 for individuals or $575 per three-person team and includes green fees, cart rental, lunch, dinner, refreshments and prizes.

Registration begins at 10 a.m. followed by lunch at 11 a.m. and a shotgun start at noon. A dinner buffet and awards banquet will follow directly after golf.

Prizes will include $15,000 in cash or a Pebble Beach Golf Vacation for a hole-in-one. There will also be other prizes for winning teams.

Space to play is limited and filling quickly, so golfers are encouraged to register early. For registration to play, call or email Sandra Ray at 314-516-5661 or rays@umsl.edu. To advertise or sponsor a hole, call or e-mail Mike Frazer at 314-516-7217 or frazerml@umsl.edu.

More information:
umsl.edu/services/athletics/registration.pdf

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Mary Ann Mitchell

Mary Ann Mitchell

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Kennedy Moore set a personal record when she leapt 35 feet, 4 3/4 inches in her final attempt in the triple jump to finish fourth at the GLVC Indoor Track and Field Championships.

UMSL Tritons weekly rewind

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