The William Woods University men’s golf team won the Miner Classic on Sunday afternoon. The Owls shot one-over par 281 for the 18-hole classic, which was held at Oak Meadows Country Club.
The Owls finished 20 shots in front of second place Missouri S&T, who was 21-over par 301 for the Classic.
Leading the way for the Owls and tying for the individual title were Jack Clarkson and Tyler Fieser. Clarkson and Fieser were the only two golfers under par for the Miner Classic as they shot two-under par 68.
Coming in third for the Owls was Will Rushworth. Rushworth finished in fifth place with a score of two-over par 72. Mark Martin finished tied for sixth as he was one shot behind Rushworth. Martin finished three-over par 73. Rounding out the Owls was Tom North. North finished tied for ninth as he shot six-over par 76.
Playing as Individuals for the Owls were James Rogers, Harvey Talorczyk, Logan Smith, Scott Young and Brad Kane. Rogers finished in eighth place as he shot five-over par 75. Talorczyk finished tied for ninth with a round of six-over par 76.
Smith came in tied for 12th with a score of seven-over par 77. Young finished nine-over par 79 and tied for 17th. Rounding out the Owls golfers was Kane who was 14-over par 84 finishing in 26th place.
WWU returns to action on September 25th and 26th when they travel to Newton, Kansas to participate in the Mid-South Invitational.