Missouri Golf Post

The University of Missouri-St. Louis men’s golf team captured its first team title of the year on Tuesday as it fended off Grand Valley State to win the Greyhound Invitational.

The Tritons turned in a three-day, 54-hole score of 868 (281-291-296), edging the Lakers by one stroke in the 18-team field. UMSL’s score was a season-best and ranks sixth in program history.

Sophomore Chris Ferris placed third individually, turning in a career-best 214 (69-73-72), while freshman Trevor Kosch also recorded a top-10 finish, tying for eighth with a 217 (79-74-73).

UMSL returns to the links April 22-24 at the GLVC Championships in Carmel, Ind.

Team Scoreboard (top three)
1. UMSL (281-291-296 – 868)
2. Grand Valley State (286-289-294 – 869)
3. Indianapolis (293-283-294 – 871)

Alex Scott, Grand Valley State (71-69-70 – 210)

UMSL  Scores
T4. Chris Ferris (69-73-72 – 214)
T8. Trevor Kosch (70-74-73 – 217)
T17. Markus Lindberg (72-72-75 – 219)
T29. Miguel Maisterra (70-72-80 – 222)
T62. Reilly Ahearn (76-77-76 – 229)
T48. James Henderson (79-75-72 – 226)*
*-competed as an individual


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