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May 8, 2013

NSU men slide to 7th at Super Regional

KENOSHA, Wisc. — The Northeastern State men’s golf team slipped to seventh place after Tuesday’s second round of the 2013 NCAA Division II Central/Midwest Super Regional on the par-72, 6,964-yard The Club at Strawberry Creek.

The RiverHawks shot 294 in the second round and sit at 8-over-par 584 for the tournament. No. 23 Missouri-St. Louis (283-290) and No. 18 Central Oklahoma (289-284) are tied for the lead at 3-under 573. Central Missouri (287-287) is a stroke behind the leaders at 2-under 574.

NSU junior Zach Tucker fired his second-career round in the 60s to keep NSU in the hunt. He posted a 3-under 69 Tuesday and sits in 12th overall at 1-under 143. Freshman Jackson Hess carded a 76 in the second round and is at even par 144 for the tournament, tied for 15th.

Senior Kyle Fouts shot 75 and sits in a tie for 31st at 4-over 148, sophomore Josh Strimple fired a 74 and is tied for 54th at 6-over 150, and senior Jacob Bartel carded an 80 and is tied for 85th at 11-over 155.

“Zach saved our bacon today, and Josh and Kyle also fought like crazy on the back nine to keep us in it,” Varner said. “We were heading too far off the bubble to realistically have a chance tomorrow, and then those three stopped the bleeding. They turned it around and shot 4-under on the last six holes.”

NSU, Ferris State and Indianapolis are all paired together for Wednesday’s final round. The three teams will be the final groups teeing off on the back nine, and they will set out for action at 12:50 p.m.

 

2013 NCAA CENTRAL/MIDWEST SUPER REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP – Second Round

May 7, 2013 at Kenosha, Wisc.

(par-72, 6,964-yard The Club at Strawberry Creek)

 

Team Results

T1.    #23 Missouri-St. Louis                  283-290=573 (-3)

         #18 Central Oklahoma                  289-284=573 (-3)

3.      (RV) Central Missouri                    287-287=574 (-2)

4.      (RV) Bellarmine                             285-294=579 (+3)

5.      Southwestern Oklahoma State     295-287=582 (+6)

6.      (RV) Grand Valley State                292-291=583 (+7)

7.      (RV) Northeastern State            290-294=584 (+8)

8.      (RV) Ferris State                            295-292=587 (+11)

9.      (RV) Indianapolis                           295-294=589 (+13)

T10. Washburn                                       295-298=593 (+17)

         (RV) Tiffin                                       292-301=593 (+17)

         (RV) Wayne State                           300-293=593 (+17)

13.    Nebraska-Kearney                         287-308=595 (+19)

14.    Henderson State                            297-303=600 (+24)

T15. Ohio Dominican                              302-299=601 (+25)

         Arkansas Tech                                293-308=601 (+25)

17.    (RV) Lewis                                      296-306=602 (+26)

18.    (RV) Wisconsin-Parkside              298-305=603 (+27)

19.    St. Cloud State                                 300-310=610 (+34)

20.    Southeastern Oklahoma State      305-311=616 (+40)

 

Top-5 Individuals

1.         Robby Hughey (Central Missouri)        65-69=134 (-10)

T2.       Joe Atkisson (Missouri-St. Louis)          68-70=138 (-6)

            Chris Cunningham (Grand Valley)        67-71=138 (-6)

4.         Dillon Rust (Central Oklahoma)            69-70=139 (-5)

T5.       Jake Duvall (SW Oklahoma State)         70-70=140 (-4)

            Nick Reardon (Ohio Dominican)           72-68=140 (-4)

NSU Individuals

T12.    Zach Tucker                           74-69=143 (-1)

T15.    Jackson Hess                          68-76=144 (E)

T31.    Kyle Fouts                              73-75=148 (+4)

T54.    Josh Strimple                         76-74=150 (+6)

T85.    Jacob Bartel                           75-80=155 (+11)

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