Men's Golf


Freshman Kurt Valley Takes Third Place For The Bulldogs

Kurt Valley
Freshman Kurt Valley placed third to pace the Bulldogs at the Grand Valley State Laker Invitational.
The Ferris State men's golf team shot a final-round 305 score in Monday's (Sept. 18) competition and scored a two-round 611 team score (+35) at the Grand Valley State Laker Invitational (Sept. 17-18) in Allendale, Mich.

Host Grand Valley State captured top team honors as the Lakers "Blue" squad finished with a 595 (+19) and the Lakers "Black" squad was one stroke back at 596 (+20) on par 72, 7,034-yard The Meadows Golf Club course. Saginaw Valley State fired a 602 (+26) to claim third place while Wayne State and Ashland each carded a 608-stroke total (+32) to tie for fourth. Findlay matched Ferris' 611 score to tie for sixth-place honors in the 11-team tourney field.

Freshman Kurt Valley fired a team-best 72 in the final round to finish third individually with a 146 (74-72=146, +2). Senior Jeff Carlson shot an 11th-place tying 150 (72-78=150, +6) while senior Brody Moreland carded a 154 (80-74=154, +10) to claim a share of 23rd place.

Senior Kyle Mason turned in a 48th-place tying effort as a result of posting a 161 score (80-81=161, +17) and sophomore Nick Pexa ended up tied for 67th after registering a 170-stroke total (88-82=170, +26).

Sophomore Eric Dovre and freshman Eric Lilleboe both took part as non-scoring individuals. Dovre tied for 23rd place by firing a 154 (79-75=154, +10) while Lilleboe produced a 158 score (80-78=158, +14) to tie for 39th place.

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