The men’s golf team captured second place out of 14 on Tuesday in Blair, Neb. The Red Raiders shot their second-lowest score of the season, 298, on the 18-hole course. They finished just four strokes back from first place USF, who scored 294.
Senior Luke Vermeer’s three-under 69 (33/36) is the third-lowest score in Raider history and earned him medalist honors. Sophomore Ross Kiewiet shot a career-best 74 (36/38) to tie for eighth place. Freshman Michael Clark tied for 19th with a 77 (39/38). Freshman Michael Dykema tied for 27th with a 78 (35-43), while sophomore Aaron Rozeboom shot an 81 (42-39) to tie for 38th.
This weekend, the Raiders will co-host the NC/DC Invite. Tee-off is at 11:00 a.m. today at The Ridge in Sioux Center and 9:00 a.m. Saturday at Landsmeer in Orange City.
The fourth round of the GPAC tournament is scheduled for Tuesday, May 4, in Sioux Falls. The NAIA National meet will be from May 18-21 in the Quad Cities of Iowa and Illinois.