The Yellow Jacket Men's Golf Team Stands Fourth After the First Day of the 2005
Ohio Athletic Conference Tourney at Rivergreens
BEREA, OHIO -- The Baldwin Wallace University men's golf team stands in fourth place after the first day of competition at the 2005 Ohio Athletic Conference Championship Tournament at the River Greens Golf Course in Coshocton, Ohio. Muskingum College is the host school. The final round will take place tomorrow morning beginning at 11:00 a.m.
On the first day, the Yellow Jackets carded a four-player, 308-stroke total on the par-72, 6,668-yard Rivergreens layout. Each team consists of five players who score with the top four scores counting toward the team total. BW was led by junior All-OAC player Bobby Santerre (Cincinnati/ LaSalle) after carding a first-day score of 75 strokes. A year ago, Santerre earned All-OAC accolades by placing fifth individually. Santerre is followed by senior Chuck Scarbrough (Warren/ Howland) with a 76, senior Aaron Cuddy (Ashtabula/ St. John & Paul) with a 77, junior Gary Petit (Marietta) with an 80 and junior Joe Tornabene (Canton/ Jackson) with an 82.
Defending champion Otterbein College leads after the first day with a 299-stroke team total with Muskingum second at 304, Mt. Union College third at 305 and BW fourth and just one stroke better than fifth place Wilmington College.
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2005 Ohio Athletic Conference Men's Golf Championship Tournament
Hosted by Muskingum College
at the River Greens Golf Course in Coshocton, Ohio
Thursday-Friday, April 28-29
HOW THEY STAND AFTER THE FIRST DAY (18 holes): 1. Otterbein College, 299; 2. Muskingum College, 304; Mt. Union College, 305; 4. Baldwin Wallace University, 308; 5. Wilmington College, 309; 6. John Carroll University, 315; 7. Ohio Northern University, 317; 8. Heidelberg College, 318; 9. Capital University, 339.
Baldwin Wallace University Scores: Santerre, 75; Scarbrough, 76; Cuddy, 77; Petit, 80; Tornabene, 82.
Top Individual Scorer: Andy Miller (Otterbein), 73