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Central Missouri Wins 2011 MIAA Men's Golf Championship

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Led by individual medalist Matt Miller, Central Missouri claimed the 2011 MIAA Men's Golf Tournament Championship with a final-round 296 Tuesday at Tiffany Greens Golf Club. The Mules finished with a 54-hole score of 889 (+25) to also secure their third consecutive MIAA regular season championship and earn the MIAA's automatic bid to the NCAA postseason.

Miller recorded rounds of 68, 74 and 71 to finish with a 3-under-par 213 for the tournament and earn individual medalist honors. Truman's Chris Kovach and Fort Hays State's Kevin Quinley tied for second place at 221 (+5), eight strokes behind Miller. Miller was also named the 2011 MIAA Men's Golf Player of the Year by finishing at the top of the MIAA regular season individual standings.

Joining Miller as 2011 All-MIAA selections by finishing in the top 10 of the regular season standings are Central Missouri's Laurence Noot, Kovach, Central Missouri's Ryne Kloeppel, Washburn's Riley Piles, Central Missouri's Jared King, Southwest Baptist's Bryan Steele, Fort Hays State's Kevin Quinley, and Missouri Southern's Andy Hogenmiller and Jamie Voegeli.

The 2011 MIAA Freshman of the Year is Southwest Baptist's Tanner McKinney, who was the highest-finishing freshman in the league standings this season.
 
In a vote by league coaches, Central Missouri's Tim Poe was selected as the MIAA Coach of the Year for the third year in a row.

Washburn finished as the tournament runner-up for the second year in a row with a three-round score of 918 (+54). Fort Hays State was third at 931 (+67), followed by Missouri Southern in fourth at 934 (+70), Missouri Western in fifth at 935 (+71), Truman in sixth at 946 (+82), Southwest Baptist in seventh at 947 (+83), Lincoln in eighth at 959 (+95), and Pittsburg State in ninth at 966 (+102).

 

Final Team Tournament Standings

1. Central Missouri – 295-298-296=889 (+25)

2. Washburn – 308-302-308=918 (+54)

3. Fort Hays State – 309-316-306=931 (+67)

4. Missouri Southern – 302-312-320=934 (+70)

5. Missouri Western – 310-313-312=935 (+71)

6. Truman – 322-300-324=946 (+82)

7. Southwest Baptist – 318-305-324=947 (+83)

8. Lincoln – 322-324-313=959 (+95)

9. Pittsburg State – 326-321-319=966 (+102)

 

Final Individual Tournament Standings

1. Matt Miller, Central Missouri – 68-74-71=213 (-3)

T2. Chris Kovach, Truman – 72-73-76=221 (+5)

T2. Kevin Quinley, Fort Hays State – 75-73-73=221 (+5)

4. Jared King, Central Missouri – 74-71-77=222 (+6)

5. Ben Moser, Washburn – 75-72-76=223 (+7)

6. Andy Hogenmiller, Missouri Southern – 72-74-78=224 (+8)

7. Nik Bentzinger, Truman –76-71-78=225 (+9)

T8. Bryan Steele, Southwest Baptist – 74-70-83=227 (+11)

T8. Ryne Kloeppel, Central Missouri – 78-75-74=227 (+11)

10. Shane Feist, Missouri Western – 76-76-76=228 (+12)

 

Final Team Regular Season Standings (all four events complete)

1. Central Missouri – 45
2. Washburn – 38
3. Missouri Southern – 33

T4. Fort Hays State – 27 
T4. Missouri Western – 27
6. Southwest Baptist – 21
7. Truman – 17
8. Lincoln – 10
9. Pittsburg State – 7

 

Final Individual Regular Season Standings (all four events complete) – All-MIAA in italics

1. Matt Miller, UCM (2011 MIAA Player of the Year) -- 28 
T2. Laurence Noot, UCM -- 22.5
T2. Chris Kovach, TSU – 22.5
4. Ryne Kloeppel, UCM -- 21
5. Riley Piles, WU – 19
6. Jared King, UCM -- 16.25
7. Bryan Steele, SBU – 15.5
8. Kevin Quinley, FHSU -- 14
9. Andy Hogenmiller, MSSU -- 12.5
10. Jamie Voegeli, MSSU -- 9.25

11. Tanner McKinney, SBU -- 7.5
12. Ben Moser, WU -- 6.5
13. Shane Feist, MWSU -- 6
T14. Stephen Boyd, MSSU – 4
T14. Nick Bentzinger, TSU -- 4
T16. Miles Christensen, WU -- 3
T16. Tucker Perkins, MWSU -- 3 
18. Nate Hoeflin, WU -- 2.5
19. Markus Hilger, FHSU -- 2
20. Tom O'Keefe, FHSU -- .5 
T21. Zack VanDolah, UCM -- .25
T21. Corey Youngclaus, MWSU -- .25

 

2011 MIAA Coach of the Year: Tim Poe, Central Missouri
 
2011 MIAA Freshman of the Year: Tanner McKinney, Southwest Baptist

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