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McCullough Leads Trailblazers with Impressive 7th place finish at Dan Quayle Invitational

Clayton, IN – Sophomore Keegan McCullough tied for 7th in a field of over 100 collegiate golfers, and amassed a combined, 2-day score of 147 to lead the Vincennes University Trailblazers to an 8th place finish out of 17 teams at the Dan Quayle Invitational hosted by Depauw University.

Coach Dennis Chattin said after the match, “We played really well on day one. We were 4th after the first day of play, but some teams really stepped up on day two. We didn’t play our best round of golf as a team on the 2nd day, and we slid back a few spots. However, Keegan continued to play really, really strong golf, and really appears to be making a name for himself competing against both the 2 and 4-year schools.”

McCullough was the low-man for the Blazers this weekend with a combined score of 147 to finish 7th overall. Freshman Jay English finished tied for 29th with a combined score of 152, sophomore Zach Breault tied for 39th with a score of 154, as did freshman Joe Hornbeak. Tanner Gray & Zack Hall rounded out the scoring for VU tied for 53rd with a combined score of 158 to round-out the scoring for Vinncennes.

McCullough has strung together a very impressive season thus for the Trailblazers. McCullough paced the team to a 2nd place overall finish at the John A. Logan Invite last weekend with a 2nd place overall individual finish of his own. McCullough has finished in the top-half of every tournament VU has competed in this season, and after his strong showing at Dan Quayle this weekend, shows no signs of slowing down.

Coach Chattin said of McCullough, “Keegan is playing really good golf right now. He is really opening some doors for himself, and should be very capable of drawing in some good opportunities to play at the 4-year level after this season.”

The Vincennes University Golf team will return to action this weekend on Saturday and Sunday at the Butler Invitational hosted by Butler University at Highland Country Club in Indianapolis, Indiana.