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Golfers placed fourth at Wabash

BY TRAVIS DAVID

CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. -- The Vincennes University Men’s Golf team placed fourth, out of seven teams, at the Wabash Classic over the weekend.

The Trailblazers posted a 36-hole team score of 614 at the Crawfordsville Country Club.

DePauw University won the team title with a score of 584 -- 11 strokes better than Oakland City University.

Zach Hall and Wyatt Roberts paced the Trailblazers as both players tied for 14th overall at 152.

Both players recorded their low rounds on Sunday -- Hall carding a 2-over-par 72 and Roberts finished with a 75.

Matt Jordan carded a 73 on Saturday and was tied for second heading into Sunday’s final round. Jordan could not duplicate the success as he finished one stroke behind Hall and Roberts and a T-18th finish.

Reggie Arnett rounded out the Trailblazers scoring with a 158 (76-82) which was good for T-24th.

“They all had some good scores individually but they just could not pair it together with another good score,” VU coach Dennis Chattin said. “I told them they have the ability to perform at that level, now they just need be consistent.”

DePauw’s Jacob Keller was the meet medalist with a pair of 69’s. Keller was the only player to have a round under par.

Joe Albright also participated for the Trailblazers as he finished with a score of 165 (84-81) which was good for 30th in the field of 49 golfers.

Chattin noted the course was a challenging one for his team.

“The course was as little different style that we are accustomed to,” he said. “There were some very small greens with the pins tucked in tight spots, but it was in good shape.”

The Trailblazers return to the links Friday and Saturday for the Oakland City University Invite at Country Oaks in Montgomery.

 

TRAVIS DAVID can be reached at VUathletics@vinu.edu or 812-888-6831. Follow him on Twitter at @Tdavid_21. Follow all Trailblazer athletics at @VUBlazerSports and on Facebook.

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