UMHB Men’s Golf Finishes Tenth At Golfweek Fall Preview


SANDESTIN, FL – The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor men’s golf team fired three consecutive sub-300 rounds as the Cru men finished in tenth place in the team standings at the Golfweek Division III Fall Preview Tuesday in Florida. The UMHB men posted a 294-295-297=886 total for tenth place. Oglethorpe University won the team title after shooting 284-279-284=847. LaGrange College claimed second place with a 286-287-293=866 and St. John Fisher took third place after posting 292-291-285=868. Guilford College finished fourth with a 295-290-286=871 and Rhodes College (287-295-290) and Methodist University (294-288-290) tied for fifth place with 872’s. Illinois Wesleyan carded a 296-289-292=877 for seventh place and Berry College (301-296-288) and Schreiner University (295-295-295) tied for eighth place, one stroke ahead of the Cru with 885 team totals. An 18-team field competed in the invitation-only event at the site of the NCAA Division III National Championships. The three-day, 54-hole event was played on a par-71, 6,505-yard layout at Raven Golf Club in Sandestin, Florida.

Stayton Lindeman was the low individual finisher for the Cru. Lindeman tied for 23rd place after firing a 72-74-73=219 for UMHB. Justin Judkins recorded a 78-74-74=226 to tie for 52nd place. Jarrod Brown (77-75-75) and Robby Schimmels (74-72-81) both posted 227’s to tie for 56th place and Pablo Mena Medrano carded a 71-82-75=228 to tie for 62nd place. Anthony Maccaglia of Oglethorpe won the individual title after firing a 69-70-67=206 total.

The tournament closes out the fall playing schedule for the UMHB men.


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