La Roche Earns Runner-Up Trophy After Shooting Fifth Lowest Round in Conference Championship History

La Roche Earns Runner-Up Trophy After Shooting Fifth Lowest Round in Conference Championship History

WARREN, OH -- The La Roche men's golf team shot the fifth best score in AMCC Championship history to place second and earn the conference's runner-up trophy. The Redhawks' Day Two 300 also ties for fifth lowest in AMCC Championship history. La Roche's 2-day 614 (314, 300) finished second to Penn State Behrend who earned the team title.

Ben Mullins concluded his outstanding career with a silver medal and a second place finish. He shot a 147 (74, 73) which ties the Redhawks' best performance at the AMCC Championships (Shane Eichenlaub, 2011). Mullins placed third at last year's tournament.

Pat McCall climbed two spots from yesterday's finish. He followed his 75 with a Day Two 76 which tied for sixth. Tom O'Toole shot a Day Two 73 to make the biggest jump of the day. He rose eight spots to tie for thirteenth.

Tyler Booher had an excellent back nine to finish with a two-day 163 (85, 78). David Wilson was extremely consistent over the two days shooting a 164 (82, 82).

 

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