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VU Golf Team 5th in 2016 season-opening Ron Marshall Spring Fling

SCOTTSBORO, Ala. – The Vincennes University Golf Team’s first action of the season resulted in a fifth place finish out of nine teams at the 15th Annual Ron Marshall Spring Fling, held Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Scottsboro, AL.

Individually, sophomore Cameron Weyer finished fourth for the Trailblazers with a three-round score of 224 (+8). Copiah-Lincoln’s Philip Heine was medalist with a score of 215 (-1). Other VU finishers in the event’s top 20 were Ian Weyer, who was in a tie for 15th after carding a score of 232, and Blake Claycomb at 235 to claim 20th place.

VU was in a three-way tie with Mineral Area and Walters State for fourth place after the event’s first day.


FINAL RESULTS:
15th Annual Ron Marshall Spring Fling
Par 72, 7101 yards

Fin.    Top 20 teams                             Scores             Total        Par
   1      Copiah-Lincoln (MS) Wolfpack        301  301  288        890            +26
   2      John A. Logan (IL) College            311  294  307        912            +48
   3      Rend Lake (IL) College            305  299  312        916            +52
   4      Walters (TN) State CC Senators        313  306  302       921            +57
   5      Vincennes Univ Trailblazers            313  309  302        924            +60
   6      Mineral (MO) Area Cardinals        313  332  309        954            +90
   7      Grand Rapids CC Raiders            324  317  316        957            +93
   8      Kaskaskia (IL) College            333  334  321        988           +124
   9      Lincoln Trail (IL) College            330  327  334        991           +127

Fin.  Top 20 Players            Team                         Scores        Total    Par
   1      Heine, Philip            Copiah-Lincoln        74   74   67    215     -1
   2      Harre, Jordan            Rend Lake            71   70   75    216      E
   3      Rendleman, Kody        John A. Logan        76   73   74    223     +7
   4      Weyer, Cam            Vincennes            74   77   73    224     +8
t  5      Arseneault, Cole        Copiah-Lincoln        74   75   76    225     +9
t  5      Dendy, Joseph        Copiah-Lincoln        76   76   73    225     +9
t  7      Nelson, Tanner        Walters State            75   76   75    226    +10
t  7      Woolard, Nick        John A. Logan        77   73   76    226    +10
   9      Harris, Nolan            Rend Lake            74   77   76    227    +11
t 10      Alderink, Matt            Grand Rapids        76   78   75    229    +13
t 10      McCandless, Scott        Mineral Area            78   76   75    229    +13
t 12      Chalifant, Josh        Walters State            77   80   74    231    +15
t 12      Spencer, Kyler        Rend Lake            80   73   78    231    +15
t 12      York, Hunter            John A. Logan        80   72   79    231    +15
t 15      Blakney, Brandon        Copiah-Lincoln        80   80   72    232    +16
t 15      Weyer, Ian            Vincennes            82   77   73    232    +16
t 17      Newgent, Brogan        Walters State            79   77   77    233    +17
t 17      Robinson, Luke        Rend Lake            77   81   75    233    +17
  19      Corcho, Daniel        John A. Logan        78   78   78    234    +18
  20      Claycomb, Blake        Vincennes            78   77   80    235    +19

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