TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Earlham College sophomore Graham Sherard carded a 73 in Saturday's final round and finished with an 11-over 151 for the tournament to finish tied for 18th at the Rose-Hulman Invitational Tournament.
Sherard led the Quakers to a sixth-place finish out of 12 teams in the tournament, held on the par 70, 6,390-yard Hulman Links course. Earlham carded a 311 in Sunday's round, and finished with a 615 (+55) over 36 holes.
Parkland (573, +13) won the tournament, finishing five strokes ahead of Kalamazoo College (578, +18). Vincennes (591, +31), Hanover College (600, +40), and Saint Mary-of-the-Woods (602, +42) rounded out the top five.
Garrett Schuler matched his Friday round with another 76 on Saturday, and posted a 12-over 152 for the tourney to finish tied for 21st overall. Jared Birr finished tied for 38th overall after carding an 83 in Saturday's round, giving him a 157 (+17) over 36 holes. Patrick Wright finished tied for 51st with a 161 (+21), after firing an 85 on Saturday. Nate Mynatt rounded out the list of Earlham scorers in the tournament; he shot a 79 on Saturday and completed the tournament with a 166 (+26) – good enough to be tied for 65th.
The Quaker also had five individuals entered into the Rose-Hulman Invitational. Brevin Smith shot a 74 in the second round and completed the event tied for 25th overall with a two-day total of 153 (+13). Other individuals in the tournament were Matt Truex (159, +19) who was tied for 49th; Josh Maclin (167, +27), who was tied for 68th; Matt Bushik, (184, +44), who was 86th, and Garrett Byrd (191, +51), who was tied for 89th.
Kalamazoo's Travis Veenhuis took medalist honors after firing a six-under 134.
Earlham men's golf returns to action on Sunday, April 15, when the Quakers face Indiana University East in the inaugural Richmond Cup.
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