Andrew Mlynarski posted his first career top-20 while shooting a career-low 54-hole total (215).
Sept. 10, 2013
Final Combined Results
HUNTINGTON, W. Va. - The Ohio University men's golf team finished final round play at the Marshall Invitational on Tuesday and earned an 11th place finish at the event after shooting a combined score of 886 (296-300-292, +34).
The Bobcats shot a much improved 292 (+8) on Tuesday to improve from a tie for 12th after two rounds of competition to 11th. The finish was four spots higher than last season's 15th place showing in Huntington.
Richmond took home first-place with a three-round score of 855 (+3). Cincinnati and Eastern Kentucky tied for second with a 858 (+6). Danny Pisetoski of Richmond was the individual champion, carding 68-69-70 for an overall score of 207 (-6).
Sophomore Andrew Mlynarski was a standout performer for Ohio competing as an individual. The St. Michaels, Md., native earned the first top-20 finish of his career with a 17th place finish. Mlynarski shot 74-70-71 for a total score of 215, his best 54-hole score at Ohio. He posted 42 pars (including 18 in round three), the most of any player in the field.
The next finisher for Ohio was freshman Peyton White (Huntersville, N.C.). White was able to shoot a final round 71 to earn a 31st place tie in his first collegiate tournament. White's three-round total was a 219 (73-75-71, +6).
The last four golfers for Ohio all finished bunched together in the field. Senior Bradley Lucas (Worthington, Ohio) improved 13 spots from his round two finish and tied for 46th place having shot a 223 (74-77-72). Fellow senior Phil Gieseker (Saline, Mich.) shot a three round score of 76-72-76 (+10) for a total of 224.
Michael Engelman (Grand Blanc, Mich.) tied for 55th place after shooting a 225 (76-76-73), while freshman Ty Herriott (Brandywine, Md.) finished in a tie for 60th with a 226.
Ohio's next outing will be Sept. 21-22 at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate. The tournament will be played at the Wolf Run Country Club in Zionsville, Ind.