BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Miami University golf team continued its recent strong play when it put together two solid rounds on Saturday at the Hoosier Invitational. The RedHawks are at nine-over par as a team after shooting rounds of six-over par 290 in the morning and three-over par 287 in the afternoon. Playing on their home course, Indiana University leads the tournament at seven-under par.
Junior Austin Kelly had the top overall day for Miami. He shot a round of 70 in the morning and tied a season-low with a two-under par 69 in the afternoon. Kelly is tied for fourth at three-under par, only three shots behind the leader, David Mills of Indiana.
Sophomore Scott Cahill shot a round of 74 in the morning and an even-par round of 71 in the afternoon. He is tied for 16th individually at three-over par. Senior Brett Tomfohrde is tied for 23rd at five-over par, while sophomore Luke Shaughnessy is right behind him at six-over par, which puts him in a tie for 29th. Freshman Bud Radis is tied for 52nd at 10-over par.
The Hoosier Invitational concludes with one final round of 18 holes on Sunday.