The Hiram College men’s golf team finished fifth of 10 teams following the final round of the Heidelberg University Spring Collegiate Classic today (Friday, Apr. 2) at Mohawk Country Club in Tiffin. [Complete Results]
The Terriers ended the tournament with a total of 700 strokes (364+336=700) to place fifth overall. Adrian (Mich.) College won the overall event with 634 strokes (317+317=634) followed by Columbus State Community College in second at 645 strokes (324+321=645). Host school Heidelberg rounded out the top three teams at 666 strokes (341+325=666).
Individually, Hiram was led by junior Andy Deehr (Cortland/Champion) who shot an 82 on the final day and ended the two-day event with a total of 173 strokes and placed in a tie for 25th overall. Freshman Zach Baker (Lewis Center) was second with 185 strokes (99+86=185) and sophomore Bryan Todd (Green) was third at 170 strokes (86+84=170). Sophomore Bob Ritchie (Strongsville/Brunswick) ended the two-day event with 172 strokes (88+84=172) to place fourth on the team and junior Doug Stark (Winder, Ga./Winderbarrow) rounded out the Hiram competitors with 193 strokes (101+92=193).
Hiram will compete on Saturday-Sunday, Apr. 17-18 at the Wittenberg University Tournament at the Springfield Country Club.
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.