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Central Missouri wins second designated golf event

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Central Missouri kept with the trend of winning on your owncourse as they won the MIAA's second designated event in men's golf. The Mulesshot a 13 over par 865 as a team to win by 14 strokes over their next closestopponent and 17 strokes over their next MIAA opponent.

Washburn's Max Lazzo and Central Missouri's Sam Migdal each shot a one over parto pace the field, Lazzo would defeat Migdal and an Arkansas Tech golfer on aone hole playoff to claim the title. Ryan Dyck of Lindenwood and Trey Herman ofFort Hays State were the next highest MIAA finishers as they both shot a threeover par 216 for the two-day tournament.

In the team standings Washburn finished third overall, second amongst MIAAschools with a 30 over part 882. Northeastern State came in one stroke behindthem with an 883 for the tournament.

In the overall MIAA standings through two events Central Missouri sits a half apoint ahead of Nebraska-Kearney two and half points up on Fort Hays State. TreyHerman of Fort Hays State sits atop the individual standings through two eventswith 26 points, three points up on Nebraska-Kearney's Lance Lawson.

Team Standings (conference points in parenthesis)
1.    Central Missouri (12) – 295-283-287=865
2.    Washburn (11) – 301-293-288=882
3.    Northeastern State (10) – 290-296-297=883
T4. Fort Hays State (8.5) – 306-293-294=893
T4. Nebraska-Kearney (8.5) – 293-292-308=893
T6. Lindenwood (6.5) – 291-298-305=894
T6. Missouri Southern (6.5) – 300-295-299=894
8. Lincoln (5) – 304-293-298=895
9. Central Oklahoma (4) – 305-291-301=897
10. Missouri Western (3) – 302-299-300=901
11. Pittsburg State (2) – 310-309-312=931
12. Southwest Baptist (1) – 314-322-303=939

Indvidual Standings (conference points in parenthesis) (place ofMIAA competitors)
1.    ^Max Lazzo, Washburn (15) – 73-74-67=214
2.    Sam Migdal, Central Missouri (14) – 76-70-68=214
T3. Ryan Dyck, Lindenwood (12.5) – 72-72-72=216
T3. Trey Herman, Fort Hays State (12.5) – 73-69-74=216
5.    Cy Moritz, Central Missouri (11) – 75-71-71=217
6.    Travis Mays, Central Missouri (10) – 72-72-74=218
T7. Michael Colgate, Nebraska-Kearney (8) – 74-69-76=219
T7. Lance Lawson, Nebraska-Kearney (8) – 71-70-78=219
T7. Brian Lillevold, Lincoln (8) – 73-72-74=219
T10. Jackson Hess, Northeastern State (4) – 71-78-71=220
T10. Robby Hughey, Central Missouri* -- 74-72-74=220
T10. Ryan Johnson, Washburn (4) – 75-75-70=220
T10. Taylor Lansford, Missouri Southern (4) -- 69-79-72=220
T10. Scott Sheldon, Missouri Western (4) – 75-73-72=220
T10. Josh Strimple, Northeastern State (4) – 69-75-76=220
T15. Logan Gray, Central Oklahoma (0.25) – 74-71-76=221
T15. Andrew Maier, Missouri Southern (0.25) – 77-71-73=221
T15. Ronnie McHenry, Washburn (0.25) – 77-69-75=221
T15. Tate Williamson, Northeastern State (0.25) – 75-71-75=221

^Won on one hole playoff

*Competed as an individual


Team Standings (through two events)
1.   Central Missouri (21)
3.    Nebraska-Kearney (20.5)
3.   Fort Hays State (18.5)
4.   Lindenwood (17.5)
5.   Northeastern State (17.0)
6.   Washburn (15.0)
7.   Central Oklahoma (12.0)
8.    Missouri Southern (11.5)
9.    Missouri Western (9.0)
10.  Lincoln (7.0)
11.  Pittsburg State (5.0)
12.  Southwest Baptist (2.0)


Individual Standings (through two events)   
Trey Herman, Fort Hays State (26.0)
Lance Lawson, Nebraska-Kearney (23.0)
Ryan Dyck, Lindenwood (22.5)
Michael Colgate, Nebraska-Kearney (20.0)
Travis Mays, Central Missouri (20.0)
Max Lazzo, Washburn (15.0)
Sam Migdal, Central Missouri (14.0)
Jake Smock, Lindenwood (13.5)
Brian Lillevold, Lincoln (11.5)
Cy Moritz, Central Missouri (11.0)
Dan Bonnell, Nebraska-Kearney (10.0)
Konnor Oltman, Nebraska-Kearney (7.5)
Teddy Jones, Central Missouri (7.5)
Tate Williamson, Northeastern State (5.75)
Garrett Blair, Lindenwood (5.5)
Jackson Hess, Northeastern State (4.0)
Ryan Johnson, Washburn (4.0)
Taylor Lansford, Missouri Southern (4.0)
Scott Sheldon, Missouri Western (4.0)
Josh Strimple, Northeastern State (4.0)
Max Rudder, Nebraska-Kearney (3.5)
Eric Kline, Central Oklahoma (1.5)
Russ Purser, Central Oklahoma (1.5)
Logan Gray, Central Oklahoma (0.25)
Andrew Meier, Missouri Southern (0.25)
Ronnie McHenry, Washburn (0.25)

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