Tahlequah Daily Press


May 10, 2012

NSU men finish 15th

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Northeastern State's mens golf team drifted the wrong direction on the leaderboard Wednesday, falling from 14th to 15th at the NCAA Division II Midwest/South Central Regional at Jefferson City Country Club.

The RiverHawks final round of the year was a 304, which led to a 910 (307-299-304) at the three-day event.

Central Missouri was the top team, tallying an 864 to beat Washburn by 12 strokes. Central Oklahoma finished third at 877.

UCO's Josh Creel won medalist honors with a 1-under, 71 in the final round to give him a 211, which was two shots better than Central Missouri's Jared King and Cy Moritz.

The RiverHawks were led by Jacob Bartel, who finished with a 224. Casey Nelson (228), Matt Vineer (229), Brad Hager (233), Kyle Fouts (235) rounded out the rest of the NSU scores.

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