Yellow Jacket Golfers Fourth at OAC Fall Invitational
BEREA, OHIO -- The Baldwin Wallace University menís golf team finished fourth of nine teams today (Saturday, September 15, 2007) at the Ohio Athletic Conference Fall Invitational Tournament at the Fowlers Mills Golf Club in Chesterland. John Carroll University was the host school and the eventuial champion. This was the second fall tourney for the Yellow Jackets.
BW totalled 478 strokes in the 27-hole event and was 26 strokes shy of JCU. Otterbein College was second with 456 strokes and Mount Union College was third with 474 strokes.
Individually for the Yellow Jackets, sophomores Mike Falk (Strongsville) and Nick Bryan (Zanesville/ Rosecrans) led the way as Falk was ninth with a 27-hole total of 116 strokes and Bryan was tied for 11th with a 118 total. In addition, freshman Brian Routhieaux (Gibsonia, Pa./ Mars Area) was 19th with a 121-stroke total, senior Mike Jenior (Rootstown) was 22nd at 123 and freshman Matt Weiss (Mentor) was tied for 23rd at 124.
The Yellow Jacket golfers are back in action this Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21-22 when they host the BW Fall Invitational Tournament at the Pine Hills Golf Course on Friday and Sahel Creek Golf Club on Saturday.
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2007 OAC Fall Invitational Tournament
Final Team Standings: 1. John Carroll, 150-302=452; 1. Otterbein, 152-304=456; 3. Mount Union, 151-323=474; 4. Baldwin Wallace, 155-323=478; 5. Ohio Northern, 152-339=491; 6. Capital, 155-337=492; 7. Muskingum, 163-335=498; 8. Heidelberg, 160-340=500; 9. Wilmington, 161-348=509.
BW Individuals: 9. Mike Falk, 39-77=116; 11 (tie). Nick Bryan, 39-79=118; 19. Brian Routhieaux, 39-82=121; 22. Mike Jenior, 38-85=123; 23 (tie). Matt Weiss, 39-85=114.