2018 Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational Final Results (PDF)
HUNTINGTON, W. Va. -- The Ohio men's golf team finished in a tie for 11th place with Youngstown State at the 2018 Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational with a combined team score of 571 (+3), with final-round action taking place today at the Guyan Golf and Country Club.
The Bobcats followed up a first-round 282 (-2) on Monday (Sept. 10) with a final-round 289 (+5). The tournament was shortened from 54 holes to 36 holes due to run impacting course conditions on Monday.
Wichita State won the event with a 549 (-19) after the Shockers combined to total team round scores of 267 (-17) and 282 (-2). Sophomore Zac Owens of Wichita State took home medalist honors after carding a 134 (-8) thanks to rounds of 66 (-5) and 68 (-3).
Senior Ben Sattler (Liberty Township, Ohio) was the top finisher for Ohio, tying for 14th with a 140 (-2), which marked the best 36-hole tournament score of his collegiate career. He delivered an ace on the par 3 sixth hole en route to a 68 (-3) in the first round on Monday, matching the best round score of his collegiate career. Sattler followed it up with a final-round 72 (+1).
Sophomore Tanner Johnson (Venetia, Pa.) finished in a tie for 30th after tallying a 142 (E). He fired rounds of 70 (-1) and 72 (+1), with his first-round score marking the best of his collegiate career to date.
Sophomore Zach Mandry (Solon, Ohio) and sophomore Zach Crawford (Vandalia, Ohio) tied for 48th with a 145 (+3). Mandry shot a final-round 73 (+2) after shooting a carer-best 72 (+1) in the first round on Monday. Crawford improved on his first-round 72 (+1) with a 73 (+2) in the final round.
Sophomore Austin Dyson (Dublin, Ohio) tied for 53rd for the Bobcats. After shooting a career-best round of 72 (+1) on Monday, he tallied a 74 (+3) in the final round.
Competing as an individual, redshirt sophomore Adam Stephens (Dublin, Ohio) tied for 86th with a 154 (+12). He improved on his first-round 78 (+7) with a 76 (+5) in the final round.
Ohio has a short turnaround after the 2018 Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational, competing in the EKU Raising Canes Intercollegiate this weekend (Sept. 15-16) in Richmond, Ky.