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MSSU golf finishes 2nd at MIAA points event

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RELEASE FROM MISSOURI SOUTHERN ATHLETICS:

Joplin, Mo. - The Missouri Southern Golf Team held their own on the final day to finish second in the MSSU Men's Golf Fall Invitational at the Shangri-La Country Club in Monkey Island, Okla.

The Lions were led by senior Ethan Hutcheson who paced the Lions with a three round total of 220 (71-70-79) to finish a tie for seventh. Junior Taylor Lansford finished tied for ninth just two strokes back of Hutcheson at 222 (71-72-79) and junior Cameron Hamilton finished tied for 14th with a three round total of 224 (80-72-72). Sophomore Connor Neil finished tied for 22nd with a 229 (72-79-78), while freshmanTripper Jensen finished his debut event with a three round total of 233 (83-75-75) tied for 36th.

Competing at individuals freshman Tristan Haltom finished tied for 29th with a total of 232 (78-79-75), sophomore Aaron Shoemaker finished in 46th with a three round total of 239 (82-75-82), sophomoreBradley Jumper came in 48th as he carded a 241 (87-75-79), freshman Brandon Coale finished tied for 53rd with a three round total of 245 (80-83-82), and freshman Jake Badovinac carded a two day total of 254 (79-82-93) to finish 61st.

"We met our goal of top three that we set prior to the tournament with the second place finish," said Coach Mike Wheeler. "I'm very proud of my guys for that but we need improve on our third round at Shangri-La as we head to Northeastern State's Fall Classic next week in Bartlesville, Oklahoma".

The Lions finished in second place with a team total of 887 (294-289-304) 23-over. Finishing ahead of the Lions at an even par 864 (286-292-286) was Central Missouri. Central Oklahoma rounded out the top three with a team total of 891 (297-291-303), 27-over. Lindenwood was fourth with 896, Northeastern State came in fifth with a 909, in sixth place was Missouri Western with a total of 919 and seventh was Washburn with a 920. Nebraska-Kearney moved up one spot from day one into eighth with a total of 928, Lincoln dropped one spot from day one into ninth with a 930. Southwest Baptist (956) and Fort Hays State (999) rounded out the 11 schools.

Team Standings (Conference points in parenthesis) **
1. Central Missouri (11) – 286-292-286=864
2. Missouri Southern (10) – 294-289-304=887
3. Central Oklahoma (9) – 297-291-303=891
4. Lindenwood (8) – 299-293-304=896
5. Northeastern State (7) – 307-299-303=909
6. Missouri Western (6) – 319-304-296=919
7. Washburn (5) – 309-295-316=920
8. Nebraska-Kearney (4) – 315-310-303=928
9. Lincoln (3) – 315-309-306=930
10. Southwest Baptist (2) – 310-324-322=956
11. Fort Hays State (1) – 342-328-329=999

Individual Standings (Conference points in parenthesis) **
1. Teddy Jones, Central Missouri (15) – 73-70-68=211
T2. Travis Mays, Central Missouri (13) – 71-76-66=213
T2. Tate Williamson, Northeastern State (13) – 71-71-71=213
T2. Alex Springer, Central Missouri (13) – 69-70-74=213
T5. Ryan Dyck, Lindenwood (10.5) – 72-73-73=218
T5. Yente Van Doren (10.5) – 74-69-75=218
7. Ethan Hutcheson, Missouri Southern (9) – 71-70-79=220
T9. Taylor Lansford, Missouri Southern (7) – 71-72-79=222
T9. Eric Kline, Central Oklahoma (7) – 72-76-74=222
T9. Ryan Hand, Missouri Western (7) – 79-72-71=222
T12. Russ Purser, Central Oklahoma (4.5) – 72-73-78=223
T12. Ron McHenry, Washburn (4.5) – 74-72-77=223
T14. Cameron Hamilton, Missouri Southern (2.5) – 80-72-72=224
T14. Wesley Jackson, Central Oklahoma (2.5) – 76-74-75=224
16. Blake Lammers, Lincoln (1) – 76-74-76=225

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