SVSU Men’s golf placed seventh at the three-round Kyle Ryman Memorial hosted on Oct. 4 and 5.
SVSU finished in seventh with 877 behind Malone University who scored 874.
Tiffin University hosted the meet where Wayne State University won with a score of 855.
SVSU competed with five golfers, senior Nicklaus Bailey, freshman Joey Per, junior Connor Jakacki, sophomore Jiseung Choi, and Junior Brendon Gouin.
Leading the Cardinals was Bailey and Per who tied for 13th place with 216 points each.
Bailey scored 72 in the first round, 70 in the second round and 74 in the third round.
Per scored 78 in the first round, 67 in the second round and 71 in the third round.
Jakacki tied for 36th place, scoring 71 in the first round, 75 in the second and 79 in the third totaling 221.
Choi and Gouin placed close together, Choi taking 60th and Gouin tying for 61st.
They scored 74 in the first round and 79 in the third round, but in the second round, Choi scored 75 and Gouin scored 76.
The team will continue their season at the Motor City Invite at TPC Michigan in Dearborn MI.
This event is the second to last the tea will play in this season.
It will be hosted by Wayne State University take place on Oct. 10 and 11.
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