The High Point University men’s golf team finished 10th at the Joe Feaganes Marshall Invite at the Guyan Golf and Country Club in Huntington, W.Va. Sophomore McKay Tye was HPU’s top finisher with a three-round score of 213.
“Overall this was a good first tournament for our young team,” said head coach Greg Flesher. “It shows the potential depth of our team that three players had rounds at or under par. We need to improve our fundamentals and course management as we go forward but this team has a lot of potential.”
The Panthers totaled a team score of 296 in the third round of the Marshall Invite to remain in 10th place. HPU carded an 885 (295-294-296) for the tournament.
Tye finished the tournament at even par with a 217 (69-70-74). He tied for sixth place with Xavier’s Korey Ward.
Freshman Jack Sides tied for 31st with a final score of 219 (75-69-75) in his first collegiate tournament. Freshman Phil Oweida took one stroke off his second round score to card a 76 on Tuesday. He finished with a 226, which put him in a tie for 60th.
Freshman David Long
Junior LJ Georgetti competed as an individual, finishing with a three-round score of 232 (74-74-84).
Richmond won the tournament with a team score of 855. Danny Pizetoski of Richmond was the individual winner after carding a 207 (68-69-70).
The Panthers return to action on Sept. 23 when they cohost the Myrtle Beach Fall Invitational in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The two-day tournament will be played at the Myrtle Beach National West Course.