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Men’s Golf Records 13th Place Finish at NCAA Championships

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 The University of Missouri-St. Louis men’s golf team earned a 13th place finish at the NCAA DII Championships, held Monday-Wednesday at the Robert Trent Jones at the Shoals.

The Tritons put together a 54-hole stroke play score of 888 (293-298-297).

Sophomore Chris Ferris was the top individual finisher, finishing in a tie for 36th place with a 219 (72-76-71).

Senior Markus Lindberg wrapped up his four-year stellar collegiate career by shooting 223 and graduates as the program’s career scoring average record holder at 74.2.

Team Standings (top three)
1. Florida Southern (281-283-276 – 840)
1. Barry (286-272-288 – 846)
2. Lynn (289-278-281 – 848)

Individual Champion
1. John VanDerLaan, Florida Southern (66-68-65 – 199)

UMSL Scores
T36. Chris Ferris (72-76-71 – 219)
T50. Reilly Ahearn (77-72-73 – 222)
T55. Markus Lindberg (70-76-77 – 223)
T63. Trevor Kosch (74-73-77 – 224)
T103. Miguel Maisterra (79-82 – 161)

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