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Results from Sept. 4-11
Sept. 7-8 Colgate Invitational presented by Steelberry: Youngstown State 2/14
Sept. 8  Green Bay Shootout: Green Bay  1/3
Sept. 8-10 Golfweek Program Challenge: Valparaiso  T9/12
Sept. 9-10 Green Bay Invitational: Green Bay  1/7
Sept. 9-10 Marshall Invitational: Cleveland State  4/15 | Wright State   14/15

Green Bay Shootout
On Sunday in the Green Bay Shootout against Chicago State, Dan Ozga shot a 73 to lead the Phoenix to a victory over Chicago State. Green Bay shot a 10-over par 298 to best the Cougars by 12 strokes, and Green Bay White posted a team score of 316. Joe Collard was a stroke back after a 74 while senior Sam Weber (Heartland, Wis.) posted a 75, Tom Boockmeier shot a 76 and Gene Kiela carded a 77.

Joe Du Chateau shot a 75 to lead the white squad while Ryan Reinke carded a 76 and Derek Fiestadt (79), Tyler Schmidt (80) and Bonis (81) rounded out the scores.

Recap Link: http://www.greenbayphoenix.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=110111&SPID=13690&DB_OEM_ID=22500&ATCLID=209255832

Green Bay Invitational
GREEN BAY, Wis. (GreenBayPhoenix.com) – Entering Tuesday’s final round of the Green Bay Invitational, the host Phoenix had some ground to make up in order to hoist the tournament trophy. Trailing Loyola by eight strokes after round one, Green Bay shot a team score of 293 in windy conditions at Green Bay Country Club, besting the Ramblers by 12 shots in round two and winning the tournament title by four shots.

Green Bay’s 36-hole total on the 7,097-yard, par-72 course was 585 (292-293) while Loyola finished at 589 (284-305). St. Ambrose finished in third place (613=302-311) while Creighton (618=304-314), Chicago State (618=298-320) and Lewis (618=309-309) tied for fourth place.
Just like his team, Phoenix junior Tom Boockmeier (Green Bay, Wis.) was looking up the leaderboard when Tuesday’s round began. Playing alongside first round leader Nick Dennis of Loyola, Boockmeier started on No. 10 made the turn in even par for the day (7 pars, 1 birdie, 1 bogey) and 1-under for the tournament, still two strokes back of Dennis.

Boockmeier birdied No. 1, his tenth hole of the day, after nearly driving the green. Another birdie at the third hole left the junior tied for the lead with six holes to play. Dennis made bogeys at No. 4 and No. 7 to give Boockmeier a two shot edge with two to play. Both players parred the par-3 eighth hole, and after Dennis sank a 15-footer for birdie, Bookmeier connected on a six-footer for par and a 1-stroke victory.

After carding seven birdies and seven pars on Monday, Bookmeier had 14 pars, three birdies and just a lone bogey on Tuesday. With rounds of 71 and 70, he was the lone player in the field with two rounds under par.

Senior Joseph Collard (Marinette, Wis.) had rounds of 73 and 74 to finish in fifth place (147) while sophomore Gene Kiela (Plymouth, Wis.) tied for sixth place (148=72-76) and senior Dan Ozga (Edgerton, Wis.) was just one more shot back in a tie for eighth place (149=76-73). On Tuesday, Ozga was 3-over par after six holes before playing the final 12 holes in 2-under par with 10 pars and two birdies.

Just four shots back of Boockmeier was a member of the Green Bay White team, redshirt freshman Joe Du Chateau (Fond du Lac, Wis.). With a 3-under par 69 on Tuesday which included five birdies and just two bogeys, Du Chateau tied the low round of the tournament. The freshman’s 36-hole total of 145 (76-69) left him tied with Loyola’s Alex Cusumano for third place.

Recap Link: http://www.greenbayphoenix.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=22500&ATCLID=209257075
Results Link: http://www.greenbayphoenix.com//pdf9/2534334.pdf

Marshall Invitational
HUNTINGTON, W. Va. - Brendan Byrne posted a top-10 finish as Cleveland State finished fourth of 15 teams at the Marshall Fall Invitational that concluded on Tuesday morning at the par-71, 6,573-yard Guyan Golf and Country Club.
The Vikings closed the tournament with a final round 289 after shooting 289 and 284 yesterday for a 54 hole total of 862.

Richmond won the event at 855, while Cincinnati and Eastern Kentucky finished tied for second, three shots back at 858. CSU was fourth and Loyola (MD) finished fifth (864).
Byrne was CSU's top finisher, tying for ninth place with a one-under-par total of 212. He carded rounds of 71-70-71.

Junior Michael Balcar tied for 14th place at 214 (71-70-73), while senior Andrew Bailey shot 73-73-70 (216) and tied for 18th place.
The Vikings will be out of action until CSU hosts the CSU Invitational at Barrington C.C. on Sept. 30-Oct. 1.

Wright State also competed at the Marshall Invitational. Ryan Wenzler was the top finisher for the Raiders as he tied for 44th with a three-round score of 222 (74-74-74).

WSU returns to action at the Cardinal Intercollegiate in Louisville September 23-24.

Recap Links:
Cleveland State: http://www.csuvikings.com/sports/m-golf/2013-14/releases/201309105abxzl
Wright State: http://www.wsuraiders.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=27000&ATCLID=209256833

Results Link: http://www.wsuraiders.com/fls/27000/boxscores/m-golf/2013-14/MarshallFinal.pdf

Golfweek Program Challenge
The Valparaiso men’s golf team closed out its best 54-hole tournament in relation to par on Tuesday, while freshman Peter Webb (Madison, Wis./James Madison Memorial) broke the program’s individual scoring record as the Crusaders concluded the Golfweek Program Challenge at True Blue G.C. in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Valpo finished the tournament with a team round of 301 on Tuesday, giving it a 54-hole score of 879, good for a tie for ninth place.  The 879 is the second-best stroke total over a 54-hole event in program history, while the Crusaders came in at +15 as a squad, besting by four shots the previous best tournament in relation to par.  Akron earned the team title with a final score of 856.

Webb posted a round of four-over 76 on Tuesday over the final 18 holes, concluding the tournament with a five-under-par 211, good for a tie for third place.  Webb’s total of 211 matched the best stroke total for a 54-hole tournament, while by posting a -5, the rookie surpassed the previous best tournament in relation to par by two strokes.

Freshman Nick Seitz (Xenia, Ohio/Carroll) shot a round of 76 as well on Tuesday, finishing the tournament in a tie for 32nd place at 222.  Senior Kyle Henning (Brookfield, Wis./East) finished one shot back of Seitz in a tie for 36th, carding a total of 223  after closing with a round of 74.  Sophomore Matt Ward (Plainfield, Ill./South) was one shot further back, as a Tuesday round of 75 gave him a 224 for the tournament, good for joint 39th, while junior Joe Harris (Washington, Iowa/Washington) rounded out the Valpo contingent with a 77 on Tuesday, finishing in a tie for 52nd place at 227.

The Crusaders return to action next Monday at the John Piper Intercollegiate, hosted by Bowling Green at Stone Ridge G.C.

Recap Link: http://www.valpoathletics.com/mgolf/news/2013-14/12906/crusaders-close-out-record-setting-tournament-tuesday/

Results Link: http://www.valpoathletics.com/media/golf-men/2013-14/Box%20Scores/091013%20MGF%20Golfweek%20Program%20Challenge.pdf

Colgate Invitational presented by Steelberry
Hamilton, N.Y. - The Youngstown State men's golf team placed second out of 14 teams at the season-opening Colgate Invitational which concluded with a round on Sunday. YSU held the team lead following Saturday's two rounds at the Seven Oaks Golf Club.

Binghamton had the low round of the day to rally past the Penguins to win the team title. Binghamton finished with a three-round total of 880 (303-281-296) while the Guins carded an 888 (286-295-307). Lehigh finished third while Army was fourth.

YSU had three golfers in the top 11 of the event. Leading the way was Bryan Yeo who had a 219 to place seventh. Yeo had rounds of 72, 73 and 74 in the tournament.

Trevor Jones was the first and second-round leader and finished eighth with a 221. Jones had rounds of 70, 73 and 78.

New York native Bill Gaffney was 11th with a three-round total of 223. Gaffney had rounds of 72, 74 and 77.

Also for the Penguins, D.J. Holub placed 21st with a 227 (72-75-80), Mark Olbrych was 40th with a 234 (77-79-78) and Thomas Lydic was 48th with a 239 (80-72-87).

YSU returns to the links on Sept. 16-17 when it competes at Bowling Green's John Piper Intercollegiate.

Recap Link: http://www.ysusports.com/sports/mgolf/2013-14/releases/201309084o6fat

Results Link: http://www.ysusports.com/sports/mgolf/2013-14/files/colgate-invitational.pdf

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