CANTON, Ohio - Playing at Tannenhauf Golf Club in Alliance, Ohio, over the weekend, the Huntington golf team shot an impressive 589 to finish second at the Malone University Spring Invitational.
After firing a three-over-par 291 on Friday to sit three strokes out of first behind host Malone University, the Foresters turned in a 298 on day two to hold its spot and finish 13 strokes behind the Pioneers.
Jordan Dawes and Mickey Belt each finished with a one-over-par 145 to pace the Foresters. Based on the final nine holes, Dawes (73, 72) was awarded fourth place ahead of Belt (71, 74). Matt Wilson came in seventh with a 150 (74, 76) while Devin Dale finished tenth with a 152 (73, 79). Josh Teulker shot a 156 (80, 76) to round out HU's scoring. Playing as an individual, Matt Johnson turned in a 174 (86, 88).
Malone finished with a one-under-par 575 followed by HU (589), Notre Dame College (634), Northwestern Ohio (635), Grove City (645), Mercyhurst (656) and Mount Vernon Nazarene (669).
The Foresters improve to 50-17. They are back in action on Thursday when they head up north to compete in the Spring Arbor University Invitational.