Updated Wed, Oct 12, 2011 12:21 am
Ohio men’s golf dropped to 12th place in the final day of play at the 2011 Bearcat Invitational Tuesday.
The Bobcats shot 309 in the third round, earning them a final tournament score of 899.
The third round total was disappointing considering the potential Ohio showed in round two of day one, where it finished eighth.
However, Ohio managed to finish ahead of Youngstown State, Oakland, and fellow MAC member, Bowling Green.
Connor Coldwater posted the lowest single round score for Ohio with a 66 in the second round of the tournament. Coldwater also averaged the lowest strokes per round for Ohio, averaging 73.3 strokes per round.
Paul Grauer also shot well at the Bearcat Invitational, as he averaged 74.3 strokes per round.
The tournament’s host, The University of Cincinnati, provided an individual co-champion as the Bearcats' David Tepe tied with Georgetown’s Brian Dorfman for the title. The two shot a final accumulative score of 210.
The Bobcats conclude their fall season on October 17 and 18 at the Dayton Fall Invitational, which is played at the NCR Country Club in Kettering, OH.