Men's Golf Seventh at Louisiana Tech's Jim Rivers Intercollegiate
Mitch Mather tied for 11th at the Jim Palmer Invitational
Mitch Mather tied for 11th at the Jim Palmer Invitational

Oct. 22, 2013

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CHOUDRANT, La. – The Missouri State men’s golf team finished in seventh after Tuesday’s final round at Squire Creek Country Club, after carding 288-295-306—889.

The Bears were in fourth place after the first day of the tournament, but dropped to seventh out of twelve schools after a final round 306.

Yesterday’s top three schools all maintained their positions after the final round. Southern Mississippi won the tournament shooting 293-278-296—867, followed by Southern Louisiana (298-282-291—871) and Louisiana Tech (294-288-292—874).

North Texas’ Gonzalo Rubio won the tournament, tallying 69-67-72—208.

Missouri State was led by Mitch Mather, who totaled 71-72-76—219. Mather’s 3-over par put him in a three-way tie for eleventh overall with Lawrence Allan of Southeastern Louisiana and Martin Eriksson of McNeese State.

Nick Langley finished in a tie for 19th for the Bears, after scoring 72-71-78—221. Rounding out the scores for Missouri State are Brik Brauburger (70-78-77—229), Eric Straub (78-74-77—229), and Joey Johnson (75-82-76—233).



This concludes the fall golf season for Missouri State. The Bears will continue in February at the Showman Getaway in Goodyear, Ariz.

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