The Gustavus men’s golf team fired a tournament best score of 297 on the second day of the Bobby Krig Invititational and finished second with a 36-hole total of 312-297–609. Saint John’s won the team title with a total of 298-303–601. Individually, Nick Profancik of Maryville University claimed medalist honors with a total of 77-70-147. Erik Tone of Gustavus (77-72–149) and Peter Vogel (74-75–149) of St. Thomas tied for second place. The tournament, which is named after a former Gustavus golfer who was a long-time supporter of the program, was played on two different courses. The first day was played at Le Sueur Country Club in Le Sueur, Minnesota and the second day was played at the Ridges at Sand Creek near Jordan, Minn.
Tone led the strong second day rally for the Gusties with an even par 72 on a windy day at the Ridges at Sand Creek. Others scoring for Gustavus on Tuesday included A.J. Olson with a 73, and Jordan Hawkinson and Mark Stuckey posting a score of 76. For the tournament, Olson placed eighth at 78-73–151, Hawkinson placed 14th at 78-76–154, Mark Stuckey placed 27th at 80-76–156, and Ricky Copeland placed 33rd at 79-78–157
Coach Scott Moe placed two other Gustavus teams in the tournament including the Gustavus Black team that placed 11th and the Gustavus White team which placed 15th. The Black team was led by Nick Greve who finished 14th with a total of 80-74–154. The White team was led by Josh Curb who placed 33rd with a total of 78-80–158.