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Kaylee Neumeister as she poses after taking a swing on the golf course.

 

September 18th, 2017

Golf teams make push into the final stretch

The Cleveland State golf teams have not seemed to slow down after dominant seasons last year.  The men finished fifth at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate over the bleak Labor Day Weekend.

The team narrowly edged out Virginia Commonwealth University and Western Carolina University, shooting one stroke better than both.  Anton Krecic led the Vikings with round scores of 80-74-74 totaling 228, good enough to tie for 18th place.  In his first event as a Viking, freshman Zak Supelak finished tied for 49th with round scores of 89-76-76 for a 241 weekend total.

Madison Butler led the Lady Vikings to a third place finish at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational in Boardman, Ohio.

Butler, a freshman, received medalist honors and won her first collegiate tournament with round scores of 72-77 with a 149 total, two shots ahead of second place. 

Kaylee Neumeister tied for sixth place, shooting eight over par with back to back 76 shot rounds.  Amanda Baker shot a 76 on day two to bring her tournament total to 160, good enough to tie for 20th place.  Seniors Emily Turski and Sophie Kelner rounded out the team, finishing 25th and 29th respectively.

The men played the Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational in West Virginia, where they finished tied for eighth with Horizon league rival Wright State University last year.  The women have some time off before heading to the Cardinal Classic in Indiana on Sept. 18 and 19.



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