UST freshman Alex Kapraun shot 74 on Friday and finished tied for 14th at the NCAA Men's Golf Championships in Howey in the Hills, Fla. Kapraun had rounds of 72-76-75-74/297 and was nine-over par for the 72 holes.
Teammate Brian Parkhurst shot 73 on Friday and tied for 40th place. Parkhurst had rounds of 73-74-83-73/303.
UST freshman Alex Kapraun shot 75 on Thursday and is at seven-over 223 through 54 holes at the NCAA Men's Golf Championships in Howey in the Hills, Fla. Kapraun goes into Friday's final round tied for 23rd place, just four strokes out of a top-10 placing.
Teammate Brian Parkhurst shot 83 and is at 230, tied for 52nd place.
The Tommie men’s golf team fell one shot short of making the 15-team cut after round two of the NCAA Championships in Howey in the Hills, Fla.
UST shot 301 on Wednesday after a 302 scored on Tuesday and placed 16th out of 41 teams. Two teams tied for 14th place at 602.
Thirteen teams are separated by just seven shots from third through 14th place.
Brian Parkhurst shot 74 and is 3-over par, tied for 17th. Alex Kapraun shot 76 and is 4-over, tied for 24th. Michael Mortenson shot 75, Bennett Schroeder shot 76 and John Young shot 80.
Freshman Alex Kapraun shot even-par 72 and is tied for ninth in a field of 215 to lead the Tommie men's golf team Tuesday in day one of the NCAA Division III Championships in Howey in the Hills, Fla.
In its first NCAA tournament appearance, St. Thomas shot 302 and is tied for 12th out of 41 teams, one stroke behind fellow MIAC team Gustavus. Both the Tommies and Gusties played on what's considered the tougher of two courses, El Campeon. The top-8 team scores turned in on Tuesday came from the more forgiving Colinas Course with the 6,926 yard par-72 El Campeon Course playing significantly more difficult.
Brian Parkhurst shot one over-par 73 and is tied for 20th. Michael Mortenson (78), Bennett Schroeder (79) and John Young (82) round out the UST lineup.
The top 15 teams after Wednesday's second round will make the cut and advance into Thursday and Friday play.
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