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ASU Men's Golf Takes Home Third Place Finish PDF Print
Written by Charles Cochrum   
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 17:24

Appalachian State University men’s golf team played three solid rounds at the Cleveland State Invitational to finish third out of 11 teams this afternoon. The Mountaineers carded a 306-305-281=892 (+28) at the Canterbury Golf Club in

Cleveland, Ohio. Josh Nichols led the way for App State as he finished the tournament tied for second, shooting a 73-73-68=214 (-2). Daniel Walsh carded a 79-78-69=226 (+10), which was good to tie for 17th overall and second for the Black and Gold.
Both Jay Brown and Andrew Furr for 26th in the tournament. Brown shot a 77-78-74=229 (+13) and Furr shot an 83-76-70=229 (+13) over the course of two days. Junior Casey Komline rounded out the scoring for Appalachian shooting a 77-80-74=231 (+15) for three rounds.
Oakland claimed the team championship with an 871 (+7) behind medalist Evan Bowser who finished with a 213 (-3) overall. Cleveland State clinched the second place finish shooting just three behind Oakland with an 874 (+10), while Appalachian took home a third place finish with a final score of 892 (+28).
The Mountaineers will be back in action on Monday, Oct. 15 and Tuesday, Oct. 16 when they host the Donald Ross Intercollegiate Tournament. The two-day event will be held at Mimosa Hills Country Club in Morganton, N.C.

 

 

 

Photo Courtesy: Daniel Walsh, ASU Athletics

 

 

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