RICHMOND, Indiana – The Earlham College men's golf team concluded play at the Earlham Fall Invitational on Sunday by finishing in third place as a team.
The Quakers, who sat in fourth after day one, improved 16 strokes and turned in a round of 323 on Sunday for a two-round score of 662 strokes. The College of Wooster won the invitational with a two-day score of 635.
Individually, freshman Garrett Schuler finished in a tie for eighth place with rounds of 82 and 80. Sophomore Graham Sherard improved seven strokes from round to round by carding a 79 on Sunday to finish in a tie for 13th place. Sophomore Matt Truex and freshman David Fu both finished the 36-hole tournament in 167 strokes and tied for 18th.
Freshman Josh Maclin, though playing only as an individual, had the best individual weekend for the Quakers has he finished in sixth place with 161 strokes (84-77). Colin O'Hern of Wooster and Taylor Fletcher of Indiana University East tied for the low two-round score of 155.
Earlham competes in the Stateline Shootout in Harrison, Ohio next weekend.