Loper Men Tied for 5th at MIAA Golf|
After the first day of the MIAA Men's Golf Championship Central Oklahoma holds a 18 stroke advantage after 36 holes. The Bronchos shot 568 and placed three atop the leader board.
Central Oklahoma's Dillon Rust led the way shooting a seven under par 137 on a day that saw deteriorating conditions. He was followed by teammates Trevor Stafford and Logan Waresback who finished today's 36 with a 142 which is two under par. Robby Hughey of Central Missouri used a second round 70 to climb the leader board and finish in fourth place at one under par.
Lindenwood's Eric Isacsson finished up at perfectly even par shooting a 144 on the day. Konnor Oltman of Nebraska-Kearney and Sam Migdal of Central Missouri each shot a 145, one over par and finished tied for sixth. Washburn's Trey Seigel was plus two on the day and finished in eighth place. At three over par Nic Goodin of Southwest Baptist, Wes Apple of Missouri Western and Eric Kline of Central Oklahoma finished tied for ninth.
Sitting 18 strokes behind Central Oklahoma is Central Missouri who shot 586 on the day to finish ten over par. Lindenwood, though not eligible for the team championship is currently in third at 591. Washburn is in fourth place just two strokes behind the Lions entering the final day.
The championship will conclude tomorrow beginning with a 9 a.m. shot gun start at the Paradise Pointe Golf Complex in Smithville, Mo. Complete men's day two pairings can be found at www.themiaa.com.
1 Team Scores
1 Central Oklahoma 279 -9
2 Central Missouri 291 +3
T3 Washburn 293 +5
T3 Lindenwood (Mo) 293 +5
T5 Nebraska-Kearney, U. 300 +12
T5 Northeastern State 300 +12
T7 Missouri Western St. 305 +17
T7 Lincoln University 305 +17
9 Pittsburg State U. 306 +18
10 Southwest Baptist 307 +19
11 Missouri Southern St 308 +20
12 Fort Hays St. 310 +22