Missouri Golf Post

UMSL Men’s Golf Enters Final Round of NCAA Regionals in Ninth Place


ALLENDALE, MICH., May 3, 2016 – The University of Missouri-St. Louis men’s golf team turned in a 299 on Tuesday as the second of three rounds was played at the NCAA Midwest/Central Regional.

Combined with yesterday’s score of 300, the Tritons sit in ninth place with an overall score of 599. UMSL slipped one spot in the team standings after ending yesterday in eighth place.

Central Missouri moved up two spots into the lead with a 588 and owns a one-stroke lead over fellow GLVC member Bellarmine. The top five teams after tomorrow’s final 18 holes will advance to the NCAA Championships May 17-21 in Denver, Colo. The top two players not with a team (regardless of region), will also advance. The Tritons enter tomorrow’s final 18 holes only six shots behind fifth place Washburn.

Individually, UMSL’s scores stand at:
-Freshman James Henderson (73-76 – 149; T28th)
-Junior Julien de Poyen (74-75 –149; T28th)
-Sophomore Markus Lindberg (74-76 – 150; T36th)
-Senior Colby Yates (82-72 – 154; T59th)
– Senior Anthony Cope (79-77 – 156; T72nd)

Three players are tied for the individual lead, including GLVC players James Inman of Bellarmine and Talon Supak of Illinois Springfield, who are both one-under par at 141.


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