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    Cross Lake (Feb. 13, 2010)

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    Angelo State takes CF Texas event on Cross Lake

    First place in the CF Texas event at Cross Lake went to the Angelo State team of Josh Seale and Austin Adcock.
    13.Feb.2010

    SHREVEPORT, La. — The Angelo State team of Josh Seale and Austin Adcock won the National Guard FLW College Fishing Texas Division event on Cross Lake Saturday with a single bass weighing an impressive 7 pounds, 14 ounces. The victory earned the team $10,000 to be split evenly between the university and the school’s bass-fishing club.

    The win also helped them advance to the Texas Division Regional Championship, where they could ultimately win a Ranger 177TR with a 90-horsepower engine wrapped in school colors for their school’s club and $25,000 for the school they represent.

    Rounding out the top five teams were Texas A&M – Paul Manley and Andrew Shafer (one bass, 5-10 $5,000); Texas A&M-Kingsville – Cody Burell and Jerod Hawkes (one bass, 5-4, $4,000); Stephen F. Austin – Robert Platt and Ryan Watkins Second place at Cross Lake went to the Texas A&M team of Paul Manley and Andrew Shafer.(one bass, 3-8, $3,000); and Texas A&M – Kyle Bates and David Doonan (one bass, 3-7, $2,000).

    Sam Houston State University's Clint Nowell and Jeff Randolph were originally declared the tournament winners, but were later disqualified for a violation of the rules during tournament hours.

    FLW Outdoors announced the College Fishing trail in May 2008. Full-time students enrolled in four year colleges or universities are eligible to participate in the events. Schools can send two-person teams to each of the four qualifying events in their division, with each event limited to a maximum of 40 teams. Each team has the opportunity to win $10,000 for first through $2,000 for fifth place. Prize money is split evenly between the winning team’s club and the school they represent. The tournaments are free In third place was the Texas A&M-Kingsville team of Cody Burell and Jerod Hawkes.to enter, boats and drivers are provided by FLW and all collegiate teams receive a travel allowance. The top five teams in each qualifying event advance to one of five televised three-day National Guard FLW College Fishing Regional Championships.

    The top five teams from each regional championship will advance to the National Guard FLW College Fishing National Championship.

    The National Guard FLW College Fishing National Championship is a three-day televised event hosting the top five teams from each regional, 25 total teams. Teams will be provided shirts and wrapped Ranger boats towed by Chevy trucks for this competition.

    The winning team will be declared the National Guard FLW Collegiate National Champion and will qualify for the 2011 Forrest Wood Cup. The winners will also receive use of a wrapped boat and Chevy truck for cup competition.

    Fourth place belonged to the Stephen F. Austin University team of Robert Platt and Ryan Watkins.

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