Men's Golf Finishes Fourth At Wolf Run
Finley Ewing finished in a tied for second place.
September 16, 2012
The Texas Tech men's golf team was unable to make up the eight shot deficit it faced heading into the final round of play at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate Tournament on Sunday.
However, the Red Raiders did not slip either, as it maintained its fourth place position it held after the first two rounds with Tech finishing with an 868 total.
After leading the Red Raiders in the first day of action, Finley Ewing IV did so again, but shooting a 71 on the day giving him an overall 209 total score, which was good enough to leave him tied for second place for the tournament.
Tech's fifth golfer, Henry Todd also continued his tremendous play on the weekend, as had the second best finish for the Red Raiders with a 215 total to give him a career-best eighth place finish.
The fifth place finisher for the Red Raiders was Clement Sordet, who tied for 47th with a 227 total.
Competing individually in the tournament was Tech's Matias Dominguez, as he struggled in his final round shooting an 81 to drop him from a tie for 40th to a 52nd with a 229 total.
Out of the 14-team field, it was Illinois coming out on top with an 855 total followed by Indiana with an 858 total. After coming into the clubhouse with the lead after the first day, Ohio State struggled in the final round, but still managed to take third place with an 865 total.
The Red Raiders will have some time off, as they will not play again until Oct. 21-22 when they will travel to Windermere, Fla., to compete in the Isleworth Collegiate.