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Men's Golf Earns Sixth Place Finish, "B" Team Ends In Ninth At The Crossroads Of America Invite

Photo credit: Sports Information Graduate Assistant, Kylie Lang
Photo credit: Sports Information Graduate Assistant, Kylie Lang

WENTZVILLE, Mo.—The Crossroads of America Invite has wrapped up today and the Fontbonne University men's golf team ended up in sixth place at 54-over par 622 (315-307). The "B" team concluded in ninth place at 76-over par 644 (330-314).

Tournament: Crossroads of America Invite

Course Info: Par 71, 6344 Yards

Results: HERE

How It Happened

McKendree University "B" team went on for the victory with a 2-over par 570 (285-285). William Penn closed out the two-day event in second place at 18-over par 586 (294-292), while Missouri Baptist rounded out in third place at 27-over par 595 (307-288).

Individually, Oliver Stanway (William Penn), shot a 5-under par 137 (68-69) to hold onto the win over Donavan Ray (McKendree University) after he shot a 4-under par 138 (69-69).

Both Lake Deppe (76-74), who represented the "B" team and Cole Prager (74-76) tied for 13th place after hitting an 8-over par 150.

Cody McKinney turned in another strong round with a 5-over par 76 to finish in a tie for 20th place at 11-over par 153 (77-76). Cole Deppe, who also was on the "B" team, shot a 16-over par 158 (77-81) to finish in 29th place.

Paul Weiskopf, meanwhile, had himself a second round for the "B" team as he improved his first-round score by 14-strokes, including totaling three birdies on the front nine to end in a tie for 37th place at 22-over par 164 (89-75).

Paul Henderson also tied Weiskopf in a tie for 37th after he hit his way to a 22-over par 164 (82-82). Carson King played an improved second round as he shot a 3-over par 74, a 20-stroke improvement from yesterday, scoring all pars on the back nine, to finish in 42nd at 26-over par 168 (94-74).

Mike Maloney was another Fontbonne player that lowered his first-round score, his by seven strokes, to end in 48th place at 33-over par 175 (91-84). Ryan McKinney, meanwhile, ended his day at 36-over par 178 (88-90) for 50th place.

Up Next:

The Griffins return to action this Saturday at DePauw in Clayton, Ind.

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