Wildcats Improve During Final Round, Finish Seventh
Hilton Head, S.C. The
K-State’s final round of 301 tied for the second-best third round score of the tournament, a statistic head coach Tim Norris looks at to bring some positives out of the tournament.
“We did fractionally better during the third round,” Norris said. “We could have packed it in after 36 holes, but we didn’t. This was a learning experience for us. The course in
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Ben Kern led the Wildcats for the fourth tournament this season as he shot a 14-over 230 to tie for 20th. Tyler Cummins and Joe Kinney shot identical scores of 77-80-75232 (+16) to tie for 25th.
One shot behind Cummins and Kinney was Robert Streb who ended the tournament tied for 33rd at 17-over 233. Jay Kramer rounded out the Wildcat competitors as he shot a three-round total of 248.
The Wildcats will head back to
Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate
Hilton Head, S.C.
Wexford Plantation Golf Course
Par: 72; Yardage: 6,875 yards
Team Scores: 1. South Carolina-Aiken, 296-309-295900 (+36); 2. Tennessee-Chattanooga, 300-306-301907 (+43); 3. Francis Marion, 304-298-309911 (+47); 4.
Top Individuals: 1. Korey Mahoney, Eastern Michigan, 70-71-74215 (-1); 2. Scott Brown, South Carolina-Aiken, 67-78-77222 (+6); T3. Andrew Hewitt, Wofford, 79-72-73224 (+8); T3. Nicholas Schenk,
K-State Individuals: T20. Ben Kern, 75-73-82230 (+14); T25. Tyler Cummins, 77-80-75232 (+16); T25. Joe Kinney, 77-80-75232 (+16); T33. Robert Streb, 81-79-73233 (+17); 71. Jay Kramer, 84-86-78248 (+32).