Four Top-25 Finishes after Day 1 of the MIAA Men's Golf Fall Tournament

Jackson Tellerico prepares to hit his tee shot during the fall. (Action photo by Joseph Templin)
Jackson Tellerico prepares to hit his tee shot during the fall. (Action photo by Joseph Templin)

WYOMING, Mich.--The Adrian College men's golf team Friday began the opening round of the 2018 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Fall Tournament with a 299 combined score for sixth place. The final 18 holes will be held here at Kaufman Golf Course at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Freshman Jackson Tellerico leads Adrian with a three-over-par 73--a season low for a round--which is tied for 14th overall out of 47 individuals. The lineup also included freshman AJ Clark (74, T-17th), sophomores Hayden Winch (75, T-20th), Brett McGugan (77, T-24th) and senior Andrew Skibski (78, T-28th). In addition, sophomore Noah Kosal competed as an individual to shoot a 78 and tie for 28th place.

After 18 holes, Hope College leads Kalamazoo College by just a single stroke, 284 to 285. Andrew Lack of third-place Calvin College (288) tops the leaderboard so far with a 68 (-2).

Holes 1 and 10 shortened to par-3s due to course conditions.

This is the Bulldogs' final weekend of fall competition before resuming their schedule in the spring.

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