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Ohio Men's Golf Finishes 14th At 2019 Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational

Ohio Men's Golf Finishes 14th At 2019 Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational

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HUNTINGTON, W. Va. -- The Ohio men's golf team took 14th place at the 2019 Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational, combining to shoot a final-round 293 (+9) today at Guyan Golf and Country Club to bring its three-round team total to 889 (+37). On Monday (Sept. 9), the Bobcats posted round scores of 303 (+19) and 293 (+9).

VCU came away as the tournament champion, beating Dayton by three strokes with a combined team total score of 821 (-31) after tallying rounds of 273 (-11), 272 (-12) and 276 (-8). Freshman Kyle Schmidt of Dayton took home individual medalist honors with a 202 (-11) courtesy of round scores of 65 (-6), 69 (-2) and 68 (-3). 

Junior Zach Crawford (Vandalia, Ohio) used a final-round 72 (+1) to move up into a tie for 59th place with a three-round total of 220 (+7). He was tied for 70th on Monday after rounds of 73 (+2) and 75 (+4). 

Junior Zach Mandry (Solon, Ohio) finished in a tie for 66th with a 221 (+8). After tallying round scores of 78 (+7) and 68 (-3) on Monday, he posted a final-round 75 (+5).

Junior Tanner Johnson (Venetia, Pa.) and freshman Felipe Darquea (Quito, Ecuador) tied for 71st with matching final scores of 224 (+11). Johnson compiled round scores of 76 (+5), 74 (+3) and 74 (+3) while Darquea, who was making his collegiate debut, tallied matching rounds of 76 (+5) on Monday followed by a 72 (+1) in the final round.

Freshman Jack Towarnicky (New Bern, N.C.), who was also making his collegiate debut, finished in a tie for 88th with a three-round 236 (+23). He shot rounds of 82 (+11) and 77 (+6) on Monday, then carded another 77 (+6) in the final round.

Competing as an individual, junior Austin Dyson (Dublin, Ohio) tied for 82nd with a 228 (+15). He shot rounds of 77 (+6), 75 (+4) and 76 (+5).

Ohio will have a short turnaround as it is set to compete in the EKU Raising Canes Intercollegiate this weekend (Sept. 14-15) at University Club-Arlington in Richmond, Ky.