The University of Findlay men's golf team took fifth at the 2013 Ohio Dominican University Kickoff Classic, which was held on Tuesday, Sept. 3 at the Jefferson Country Club in Blacklick, Ohio.
The Oilers took fifth with a 36-hole score of 620 (316, 304) while the host Panthers claimed the title with a 605 (303, 302).
Marcus Hunt paved the way for the Oilers after carding a 148, which was good for third place. Hunt shot a 73 in the opening round and then came back with a 75 in the second to give him his 148.
Jake North and Dustin Lieber each tied for tenth after the golfers posted a 151. North shot a 79 in the first round and then fired a 72 in the second for his score. Lieber meanwhile carded a 76 for the first 18 holes and then fired a 75 in the final 18 holes for his total.
Matthew Fisher added a top-20 finish with a 153 (78, 75), which was good for 15th at the event.
Adam Johnson (83, 74 – 157), Kirby Doidge (84, 76 – 160), Jack Kastor (83, 78 – 161), Chien-Han Sung (81, 81 – 162), Stephen Sinchok (84, 79 – 163) and Matt Hermiller (85, 85 – 170) also competed for Findlay in the field of 69 golfers.
The Oilers will be back out on the course again on Sept. 13-14 at the Malone Invitational. The event is scheduled to be played at the Tannenhauf Golf Course in Alliance, Ohio.