Missouri Golf Post

UMSL Men’s Golf Ends Season at NCAA Regionals; Break 54-Hole School Record


The University of Missouri-St. Louis men’s golf team closed out the season with a tie for 12th place finish at the NCAA Central/Midwest Regional, held MondayWednesday.


The Tritons shot a school record 855 (285-285-285) in their final outing of the season and were led by senior Julien de Poyen, who turned in a program second-best score 210 (71-68-71) to tie for 20th place.


Team Scoreboard (top four)

  1. Central Missouri (272-278-281 – 831)
  2. Ferris State (283-283-270 – 836)
  3. Lindenwood (279-277-282 – 838)
  4. Arkansas Tech (289-277-274 – 840)



Keenai Sampson, McKendree (63-69-67 – 199)


UMSL Scores

T20. Julien de Poyen (71-68-71 – 210)

T49. Matt Barry (71-74-70 – 215)

T56. Jose Acevedo (71-75-70 – 216)

T72. James Henderson (72-70-76 – 218)

T85. Markus Lindberg (74-73-74 – 221)


Related Post

About Us

The Missouri Golf Post is a monthly digital magazine that “celebrates the people who play the game.” Each monthly issue contains several “feature” stories on golfers, golf courses, and/or major tournaments of interest statewide. Each issue contains a number of regular departments on topics such as Tournament Summaries, Fitness, “The Superintendent’s Corner,” Instruction, and Rules.


2000 East Broadway Suite 148 Columbia MO 65201