Men's Golf

FSU GOLF PLACES FIFTH AT WAYNE STATE MOTOR CITY INVITE

Bulldogs' Kyle Mason Finishes Among The Tourney's Top 10 Individuals

Kyle Mason
Senior Kyle Mason registered his best finish this fall by carding a one-over-par 73 to tie for ninth place.
The Ferris State men's golf team recorded a fifth-place showing at the 2006 Wayne State Motor City Invitational Friday (Sept. 29) as the Bulldogs posted a 12-over-par 300 team score on the par 72, 6,714-yard Pheasant Run Golf Course in Canton, Mich.

Claiming top team honors was Saginaw Valley State, which shot a three-under-par 285 and finished eight strokes ahead of second-place Grand Valley State's 293-stroke total (+5). Northwood (295, +7) took third place while host Wayne State garnered fourth with a 297 (+9) and Ferris was fifth among the tourney's 12 participating teams.

Senior Kyle Mason had the Bulldogs' lone top-10 finish as he carded one-over-par 73 (34-39=73) to tie eight others for ninth place, including sophomore Eric Dovre, who competed as a non-scoring individual and shot a 73 (36-37=73) as well.

Senior Jeff Carlson tied for 24th place with a 75 score (37-38=75, +3) as did freshman Kurt Valley, who produced a 75-stroke total (42-33=75, +3). Senior Brody Moreland's 77 (35-42=77, +5) tied him with four other golfers for 35th place.

Senior Derek Radley, competing in his second tournament this fall, fired an 82 (43-39=82, +10) to round out the scoring for Ferris.

Besides Dovre, participating as individuals were sophomore Nick Pexa and freshman Eric Lilleboe. Pexa tied for 40th-place honors with a 78 (39-39=78, +6) and Lilleboe (43-39=82) matched Radley's 18-hole score.

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