Men's Golf Jumps a Spot, Improves 10 Shots to Wrap Up Fred B. Kravetz Invitational

Men's Golf Jumps a Spot, Improves 10 Shots to Wrap Up Fred B. Kravetz Invitational

PITTSFORD, N.Y.--Adrian College placed a pair of individuals in the Top-20 and shot a 328+323 with 651 strokes as a team to conclude the 36-hole, two-day Fred B. Kravetz Invitational hosted by the University of Rochester at the Oak Hill Country Cub. The Bulldogs traded places with Skidmore College to finish fifth, jumping one spot and improving five shots in the second round today from Friday's first 18 holes.

Freshman Brett McGugan paced Adrian with a 78+81=159 for a tie for 17th place overall out of 40 student-athletes. Senior Zak Hart also placed in the top-20 at No. 20 with an 80+81=161.

Rounding out the Bulldogs' contingent were junior Andrew Skibski (T-21st, 82+80=162), freshman Hayden Winch (T-31st, 88+81=169) and freshmen Noah Kosal (T-36th, 88+85=173).

Emory won the team title with a 298+308=606 score, while Dominic Caminiti from second-place Ohio Wesleyan University (308+312=620) was the top medalist with a 70+75=145.

This tournament served as the Bulldogs' spring debut after the April 7-8 Denison University Ted Barclay Invitational was canceled due to snow on that site's course.

Adrian hits the links again on Tuesday, April 17 at the Calvin College Knights Invitational at The Golf Club at Thornapple Pointe in Grand Rapids, Mich., beginning at noon. 

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