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The UMKC men’s golf team wrapped-up its 2017-18 season with an 11th place finish at NCAA Regional in Norman, Okla., at the Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club, finishing at +17.

Paul Foulquie led the Roos, tying for 21st at even par.  He opened up the event with a first round 71 that featured three birdies, all coming over a three-hole span from Nos. 5-8.  Foulquie followed with his second straight 71, tallying birdies on the par-5’s of Nos. 13 and 18, carding just one bogey in the round.  The Frenchman then closed out the tournament with a final round 74 that included a pair of birdies, on the par-4 1st and 11th.

Countryman Francois Lagraulet was the Roos next best finisher, tying for 26th at +1.  Lagraulet opened with a four birdie first round, including back-to-back on Nos. 7 and 8, that led to a 73 and followed with a second round 75 that featured a pair of birdies.  In the final round, Lagraulet carded the Roos lowest round of the event, a 69 that included six birdies, with four coming on the back nine.

At +2, McCain Schellhardt tied for 29th in his final event of the season.  Schellhardt shot a 71 in round one, notching three birdies, including back-to-back on Nos. 4 and 5.  Schellhardt followed with a second round 75 with birdies on Nos. 8 and 14, while his final round 72 included a bogey-free front nine with a pair of birdies and a third birdie on the back nine.

Jack Hermeston finished 72nd for the Roos, finishing with an opening round 86 and following up second round 76 that included a birdie on No. 18.  In round three, meanwhile, he notched his second straight 76 with birdies on Nos. 8 and 16.

Matt Sieg tallied an opening round birdie on the par-4 3rd, leading to a 78 and followed with a 77 in round two with three birdies, all on the back nine.

Sam Humphreys, swapped in for Sieg in round three, carding a birdie on No. 10, his first hole of the tournament, and tallying a 77 in the round.


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