SVSU’s golf team tied for 12th place with Cedarville University this Monday and Tuesday in the 54-hole Doc Spragg Fall Invitational in Findlay, Ohio.
Five cardinal golfers competed in the three-round invitational.
Sophomore Jiseung Choi, junior Brendon Gouin, junior Connor Jakacki, junior Nick Bailey and freshman Thomas Keyte.
SVSU scored consistently throughout the three rounds.
The first round ended with a score of 379, but their score improved in the second round.
The teams second round score was 375 and in the third and final round they scored 376.
SVSU’s total team score from the three rounds landed them with a final score of 890, 26 over par.
Choi took the lead for SVSU, scoring 213 and tying for fifth place with Donnie Professori from Findlay.
Following behind Choi, Bailey tied for 27th and was only 4 over par.
Gouin tied for 48th with 10 over par, Jackson placed 72nd with 15 over par, and Keyte tied for 82nd with 231 and 24 over par.
Choi, the cardinals leading golfer, was selected as the “Men’s Golfer of the Week” last week.
He was chosen by the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), making this golf meet count even more.
The team will continue its season on Oct. 4 and 5, at the Kyle Ryman Invitational in Tiffin, Ohio.
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