FSU GOLF PLACES FIFTH AT WAYNE STATE MOTOR CITY INVITE
Bulldogs' Kyle Mason Finishes Among The Tourney's Top 10 Individuals
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.
|Senior Kyle Mason registered his best finish this fall by carding a one-over-par 73 to tie for ninth place.
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.