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Nebraska-Kearney wins first men's golf designated event

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Nebraska-Kearneyperformed well on their home grass as they won the first designated event ofthe MIAA Men's Golf season. The Lopers shot an 855 over the two day tournamentto capture first place by 13 strokes over Lindenwood.

Lance Lawson was the individual winner shooting a six under par to win by twostrokes over his nearest competitor. Jake Smock of Lindenwood and Trey Hermanof Frot Hays State tied for second place with a 212, four under par. AlecAnania finished in four place, represent Nebraska-Kearney with a two under partournament. His teammate Michael Colgate finished in fifth place, one strokeunder par over the two days.

Fort Hays State finished third in the tournament as a team coming in twostrokes ahead of Central Missouri who finished in fourth. Defending leaguechampion Central Oklahoma shot an 893 at the course in Axtell, Neb. to roundout the top five.

Team Standings (Conference points in parenthesis)
1. Nebraska-Kearney (12) – 290-291-274=855
2. Lindenwood (11) – 289-296-284=869
3. Fort Hays State (10) – 295-299-291=885
4. Central Missouri (9) – 292-304-291=887
5. Central Oklahoma (8) – 290-305-298=893
6. Northeastern State (7) – 307-299-294=900
7. Missouri Western (6) – 305-308-291=904
8. Missouri Southern (5) – 317-308-291=916
9. Washburn (4) – 304-314-305=923
10. Pittsburg State (3) – 315-313-305=923
11. Lincoln (2) – 308-325-305=938
12. Southwest Baptist (1) – 317-334-314=965

Individual Standings (Conference points in parenthesis)
1. Lance Lawson, Nebraska-Kearney (15) – 72-71-67=210
T2. Jake Smock, Lindenwood (13.5) – 69-73-70=212
T2. Trey Herman, Fort Hays State (13.5) – 70-73-69=212
4. Alec Anania, Nebraska-Kearney* - 73-72-69=214
5. Michael Colgate, Nebraska-Kearney (12) – 71-77-67=215
6. Renen Sahr, Midland* - 70-74-72=216
T7. Dan Bonnell, Nebraska-Kearney (10.0) – 78-72-68=218
T7. Ryan Dyck, Lindenwood (10.0) – 76-71-71=218
T7. Travis Mays, Central Missouri (10.0) – 72-72-74=218
T10. Konnor Oltman, Nebraska-Kearney (7.5) – 74-72-73=219
T10. Teddy Jones, Central Missouri (7.5) – 75-73-71=219
T10. Joby Gray, Central Oklahoma* - 72-71-76=219
T13. Garrett Blair, Lindenwood (5.5) – 70-77-73=220
T13. Tate Williamson, Northeastern State (5.5) 72-74-74=220
T13. Brad Holmes, Nebraska-Kearney* - 77-72-71=220
T16. Max Rudder, Nebraska-Kearney (3.5) – 73-76-72=221
T16. Brian Lillevold, Lincoln (3.5) – 73-73-75=221
T18. Eric Kline, Central Oklahoma (1.5) – 71-75-76=222
T18. Russ Purser, Central Oklahoma (1.5) – 69-77-76=222
T18. Robby Hughey, Central Missouri* - 71-79-72=222

2013-14 Team Standings (through one event)
1. Nebraska-Kearney -12
2. Lindenwood -11
3. Fort Hays State – 10
4. Central Missouri – 9
5. Central Oklahoma – 8
6. Northeastern State – 7
7. Missouri Western – 6
8. Missouri Southern – 5
9. Washburn – 4
10. Pittsburg State – 3
11. Lincoln – 2
12. Southwest Baptist – 1

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