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Men’s Golf Holds One-Stroke Lead After Opening 18 of Greyhound Invitational


 Sophomore Chris Ferris carded a three-under par 69 on Sunday as the University of Missouri-St. Louis men’s golf team opened play at the Greyhound Invitational, hosted by Indianapolis.

Ferris is tied for second, one stroke out of the lead, while freshmen Miguel Maisterra and Trevor Kosch are both one stroke back of Ferris with a 70, tied for fifth place.

UMSL posted a round one score of 281, its second lowest outing of the season, and owns a one-stroke advantage over Tiffin in the 18-team field.

The second of three rounds will be played tomorrow with the 54-hole tournament concluding on Tuesday.

Team Scoreboard (top three)
1. UMSL (281)
2. Tiffin (282)
3. Grand Valley State (286)

Individual Leader
Bryce Messner, Grand Valley State (68)

UMSL  Scores
T2. Chris Ferris (69)
T5. Miguel Maisterra (70)
T5. Trevor Kosch (70)
T17. Markus Lindberg (72)
T54. Reilly Ahearn (76)
T77. James Henderson (79)*
*-competing as an individual 


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