Coon Rapids, Minn. – The Gustavus Adolphus men’s golf turned in its lowest round of the tournament with a 305 on day three to place sixth overall at the 2013 MIAC Championships held over the weekend at Bunker Hills Golf Course. To go along with a 308 on day one and a 312 on day two, the Gusties finished with a three-day team-total 925 (+61).
Saint John’s University held on to the lead from start to finish, winning the 2013 MIAC title with an 898 (+34) after shooting a 302 on the final day.
The University of St. Thomas took runner-up after recording a 296 on Monday to finish with a 906 (+42) overall. Bethel University rounded out the podium in third with 908 (+44) after a 308 today.
Leading the Gusties on the final day was Matt Jensen (Sr., Edina, Minn.) who shot a one-over-par 73. With an 81 on day one and a 79 on day two, Jensen came in second on the team and 23rd overall with a 233 (+17).
The top Gustie finisher over the weekend was Tyler McMorrow (Sr., St. Cloud, Minn.). Following a 74 and an 80, Oakes fired a 78 (+6) on day three to end up in 22nd with a 232 (+16).
Andrew Oakes (Sr., Hermantown, Minn.) matched Jensen’s three-day total of 233 (+17) to place 23rd. Oakes carded a 75 on the first day and an 82 on the second.
Rounding out the team was Andrew Brandt (So., Medina, Minn.) and Andrew Krasaway (So., Hermantown, Minn.). Brandt went 80-76-78-234 (+18) to end up in 26th, and Krasaway turned in a 79-77-83-239 (+23) to take 39th.
Earning individual medalist honors was Brett Draxler of Saint John’s with a 218 (+2). Landon Poss of Concordia finished runner-up with a 223 (+7), and Brandon Jones of Augsburg took home bronze with a 224 (+8).