ZIONSVILLE, Ind. - The Miami University men's golf team finished in 10th place at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate. The RedHawks shot a final round team score of 23-over par 307 to finish at 51-over par for the three-round tournament. Illinois won the event at three-over par.

"Although I'm very disappointed with our play today, I think this was a great week for us," said head coach Zac Zedrick. "We played against several teams who will likely be at the NCAA Championship at the end of the year on an incredibly demanding and fair golf course."

Senior Ben Peacock had the top round of the day for Miami, shooting a one-over par 72. He finished the tournament at seven-over par and tied for 20th place. Redshirt junior Mark MacDonald shot a four-over par 75 on Sunday and finished at 13-over par overall, tied for 41st place.

Sophomore Scott Cahill finished the Wolf Run Intercollegiate at 16-over par and tied for 52nd place. Senior Brett Tomfohrde was 20-over par and tied for 59th, while junior Austin Kelly was right behind him in 62nd place at 21-over par.

"We know exactly where we are and there are no questions or confusion about what we need to do moving forward," said Zedrick. "It'll take time to correct it, but we'll be better for this in the long run."

Miami returns to action next weekend when it participates in the D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate in Bloomington, Ill. The RedHawks will play 36 holes on Saturday and finish the tournament with one final round of 18 holes next Sunday.