The Hiram College men’s golf team finished 10th after the final round of the Kenyon College Invitational today (Sunday, Mar. 28) at Apple Valley Golf Course in Howard. [Complete Results]
The Terriers completed the final round with a team total of 361 strokes and finished with a two-day total of 695 strokes (334+361=695) to place 10th of 10 teams. Madonna (Mich.) University took home top team honors with 614 strokes (303+311=614). Walsh University was second with 644 strokes (319+325=644). Daemen (N.Y.) College and the University of Northwestern Ohio finished in a tie for third with 646 strokes each.
Individually, junior Andy Deehr (Cortland/Champion) led the Terriers with a two-day total 166 strokes (79+87=166) on the par 72, 6,946-yard course layout and finished in a tie for 28th overall. Freshman Zach Baker (Lewis Center) and sophomore Bryan Todd (Green) both carded 168 strokes to place in a tie for second on the team with identical rounds of 81 and 87. Junior Jon Rice (Toledo/Sylvania Southview) was fourth with 193 strokes (93+100=193) and junior Michael Walton (Mineral Ridge) rounded out the Terrier competitors with 199 strokes (94+105=199).
Hiram will next compete in the Wittenberg University Tournament on Saturday-Sunday, Apr. 17-18 at Windy Knoll Golf Club in Springfield.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact Hiram College Sports Information Director Jeff Hoedt by phone at (330) 569-5495, by FAX at (330) 569-5392 or by email email@example.com.