MOUNT VERNON, OHIO – The Hiram College men’s golf team finished in eighth place after the final round of the season-ending 2010 North Coast Athletic Conference Championships today (Sunday, May 2) hosted by Kenyon College at the Mount Vernon Country Club in Mount Vernon. [FINAL Results]
Hiram shot final round team total of 343 strokes and finished the 54-hole event with 1017 total strokes (334+340+343=1017) to place eighth of nine teams. Ohio Wesleyan University took home the championship title with 914 strokes (303+299+312=914) followed by Wittenberg University in second with 918 strokes (307+310+301=918). Allegheny (Pa.) College rounded out the top three schools with 944 strokes (325+309+310=944).
Sophomore Bryan Todd (Green) shot the low round of the day for the team (81) and ended the tournament with 244 strokes (82+81+81=244) to lead the Terriers and placed 19th overall. Freshman Zach Baker (Lewis Center) finished second at 255 strokes (84+85+86=255). Sophomore Bob Ritchie (Strongsville/Brunswick) was third at 255 strokes (84+85+86=255) followed by junior Andy Deehr (Cortland/Champion) in fourth with 263 strokes (85+90+88=263). Junior Jon Rice (Toledo/Sylvania Southview) rounded out the Hiram scoring with 267 strokes (90+84+93=267).
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