Toledo concluded its 2014 campaign on Sunday afternoon with a third-place showing at the Mid-American Conference Men’s Golf Championship. The tourney was played at the par-72, 7,073-yard Prairie View Golf Club.
The Rockets (293-286-297-292=1168) finished 13 strokes behind Kent State, which posted a three-over par 1155 (286-284-282-303) to win the conference title for a sixth-straight year. Akron finished in second place with a team score of 13-over par 1165 (284-291-300-290=1165).
Junior Chris Selfridge registered the Rockets’ best round for a second-straight day with a two-under par 70, moving him into an eighth-place tie in the final individual standings at five-over par 293 (75-77-71-70). Junior Nate Gonring (74-71-75-72) and sophomore Otto Black (71-70-73-76) finished three strokes in front of Selfridge and tied for sixth place at two-over par 290.
Selfridge and Black were honored following the tournament with spots on the All-MAC First and Second Teams for the seconds straight year.
Rounding out the Rocket lineup were sophomore Thomas Shindler tied for 26th place at 14-over par 302 (75-72-81-74) and junior Jamie Richardson tied for 35th place at 18-over par 306 (73-75-78-80).
The Golden Flashes’ Corey Conners captured medalist honors for the second time in the last three years with an 11-under par 277 (72-67-65-73). He was one of three individuals to finish under par with KSU’s Taylor Pendrith (71-70-69-72=282) and Akron’s Charlie Bull (69-70-75-70=284) placing second and third, respectively.