EMU men’s golf finishes last at Kepler Intercollegiate

The Eastern Michigan University men’s golf team competed in the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate in Columbus, Ohio over the weekend. They finished in 15th place overall, shooting 926 as a team. This marks their lowest placement of the season.

This tournament was one of the most difficult outings for them, as they were competing with six teams that were ranked in the top-50 of the country.

Round One Results

After round one, No. 5 Georgia Institute of Technology finished in first place after shooting 281 as a team. No. 18 University of Alabama at Birmingham finished in second place after shooting 284 as a team. No. 31 Kent State University finished in third place after shooting 287 as a team. The Eagles finished in 12th place after shooting 301 as a team.

Round Two Results

After round two, Georgia Tech remained in first place after shooting 291 as a team and UAB remained in second place after shooting 292 as a team. Liberty University improved to third place after shooting 293 as a team. The Eagles remained in 12th place after shooting 303 as a team.

Round Three Results

After the final round, Georgia Tech remained in first place after shooting 286 as a team (858 overall) and UAB remained in second place after shooting 300 as a team (876 overall). Liberty remained in third place after shooting 296 as a team (877 overall). The Eagles dropped to 15th place on the leader board after shooting their lowest round of the tournament, 322 (926 overall).

April 19-20, the Eagles will be in University Park, Pa., to compete in the Rutherford Invitational. This is the final tournament of the season before they head to the MAC Championship in Carmel, Ind.


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