BEALLSVILLE, Md. - The Miami University men's golf team shot a final round score of 10-over par 294 on Tuesday to finish the Georgetown Intercollegiate in 10th place at 38-over par. Toledo won the tournament with a score of 11-over par.
Nearly everyone shot the same score for the RedHawks on Tuesday. Junior Austin Kelly and redshirt junior Mark MacDonald each shot rounds of two-over par 73. Kelly finished the event as the top individual for Miami in a tie for 20th at seven-over par, while MacDonald was right behind him in a tie for 24th at eight-over par.
"It's great to see Austin have a good week after being out of the lineup the last two tournaments," said head coach Zac Zedrick. "He has plenty of talent and I'm glad to see him end the fall on a good note."
Seniors Brett Tomfohrde and Ben Peacock, along with freshman Daniel Schwarz each shot a final round of three-over par 74. Tomfohrde finished the tournament in 32nd place at 10-over par. Peacock was tied for 51st at 15-over par, while Schwarz was tied for 54th at 17-over par.
"I'm pleased with the way we competed today," said Zedrick. "I think having a couple of rounds at this tournament where no one let it get away from them is something to build on heading into the winter. We didn't have any low rounds, but I'm pleased to see the scores at the back end of the lineup coming down."
This was the final tournament for the RedHawks this fall. The 2012-13 season resumes Feb. 11-12 when the RedHawks travel to Dade City, Fla. for the second annual Mid-American Match Play.