Bulldogs Start Spring Season Strong at Pfeiffer University Men's Golf Invitational

Freshman A.J. Clark hits his shot out of the bunker. (Action photo by Joe Templin)
Freshman A.J. Clark hits his shot out of the bunker. (Action photo by Joe Templin)

HARDEEVILLE, S.C.--The Adrian College men's golf team is off to a strong start to its spring season at the nine-team Pfeiffer University Invitational, scoring a 316 for fourth place after 18 holes on Monday. The tournament's final 18 holes will be held tomorrow here at the 6,952-yard course on The Club at Hilton Head Lakes, beginning at 9 a.m.

Freshman A.J. Clark paces the Bulldogs after the first day by carding a four-over 76 for a fifth-place tie out of 46 student-athletes. Also contributing to the team score were senior Andrew Skibski with a 79 (T-12th) and sophomores Hayden Winch (T-15th), Brett McGugan (T-18th) who had 80 and 81, respectively.

Freshman Jackson Tellerico (82, T-24th), sophomore Noah Kosal (86, T-35th) and freshman Grant Terris (90, T-39th) also are competing for the Bulldogs, who are ahead of NCAA Division II Alderson Broaddus (347, T-7th).

Division II Mars Hill leads the team standings with a 292 and the host Pfeiffer Falcons, who are a former Division I program, are tied for seventh with a 347.

Mars Hill teammates Stephen Thomasson and Nicholas Boone rank 1-2 with a 71 and 72, respectively, individually.

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