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Men's Golf Takes Top Spot in Conference Championships

Evan Gfeller and Seth Robertson battled for the league’s individual title on Tuesday, in turn leading the Crusaders to their first-ever Conference Carolinas championship in men’s golf.

The Basics

  • Team Score: 288 / 291 / 304 (883)
  • Top Individuals: Evan Gfeller (72 / 69 / 75 – 216)
    Top Individuals: Seth Robertson (72 / 74/ 70 - 216)
  • Location: Cutter Creek Country Club (Snow Hill, North Carolina)
  • Host: Barton College

How it Happened

  • Gfeller and Robertson finished the day tied for second place, finishing the three-day event with 216 total strokes.
  • Gfeller finished wrapped up the week with a 75 while Robertson tacked on a 74. Robertson shot a 72 and 70 during the first two rounds. The low round of the tournament belonged to Gfeller who carded a 69 on Monday.
  • Chase Fisher finished the week in a tie for 11th place after carding the lowest day three round of any NGU golfer. Fisher shot a 73 in his final round and finished with a total of 224.
  • Austin Duncan finished tied for 14th, capping his tournament with an 82. He finished with a three day total of 227.
  • Josiah Ledford rounded out North Greenville’s scores with an 83 in his final trip. Ledford finished the tournament in 39th with a total of 243.

Top Five Teams

  1. North Greenville
  2. Barton College
  3. Limestone College
  4. Belmont Abbey College
  5. Southern Wesleyan

Top Individual Finishes

  1. Eric Shea – 215 [Southern Wesleyan]
  2. Evan Gfeller – 216 [North Greenville]
    Seth Robertson – 216 [North Greenville]
  3. Nick Stafford – 217 [Belmont Abbey]
  4. Will Woodard – 220 [Limestone College]

Next Time Out

  • The Crusaders now have their sites on a national championship as they gear up for the NCAA Southeast Regional hosted by Lenoir-Rhyne in May.

   

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