The Fort Hays State men’s golf team finished 12th out of 12 teams at the MIAA Championships in Smithville, Mo. The tournament was held on The Outlaw course at Paradise Pointe, a par-72 course. The teams played 36 holes on Monday and Fort Hays State shot scores of 310 and 309 for a 619 total. Tuesday’s final round was cancelled due to rain.
Trey Herman led the way for FHSU, tying for 12th individually at 4-over par with rounds of 72 and 76. Luke Gordon shot rounds of 81 and 78, Mark Cunningham shot rounds of 87 and 73, and Nick VonLintel shot 79 and 82. Travis Kleweno also competed and shot 78 and 87.
Central Oklahoma won the team title by 18 strokes with an impressive eight-under par total of 568. Central Missouri was second with a 586, 10-over par overall. Lindenwood was third with a 591.
Dillon Rust of Central Oklahoma won the individual championship with a 137, seven-under par overall after rounds of -5 and -2. His teammates Trevor Stafford and Logan Waresback were each two-under par and tied for second. Central Oklahoma had four golfers in the top 10.
-FHSU Sports Information-