JACKSON, Mich. – Earlham College sophomore Garrett Schuler posted the Quakers' low score for the tournament after finishing with a 160 (+16) at the Adrian College Irish Hills Invitational, which wrapped up Saturday at the Grande Golf Club.
Schuler matched his Friday score with an 80 again on Saturday on the par 72, 6,980-yard Grande course, and finished the tournament tied for 38th overall.
Junior Graham Sherard was tied for 47th overall a 36-hole score of 163 (+19), after carding an 80 on Saturday. Sherard shot an 83 in Friday's first round.
Nate Mynatt and Matt Bushik were 51st and 52nd respectively on the individual leaderboard. Mynatt fired a 77, the top Earlham round of the tournament, in the final round, and posted a 166 (+22) over 36 holes. Bushik shot an 89 in the second round and carded a 168 (+24) for the tournament.
Patrick Wright rounded out the Earlham five with an 86 on Saturday and a 170 (+260) for the tournament. He finished tied for 55th on the individual leaderboard.
Lawrence Tech led the field of 12 teams with a 583 (+7), one shot ahead of second-place Wayne State "B" with a 584 (+8). Calvin College was third overall at 10 strokes back.
Wayne State's Anthony Bolden took medalist honors with a three-under 141 over 36 holes, after firing an even-par 72 on Saturday. He was two shots ahead of teammate Austin Alexander and Lawrence Tech's Kevin Campion, both of whom fired a 143 (-1) for the tournament.
Earlham men's golf returns to action on Monday, Oct. 1, when it competes at the Butler Fall Invitational at the Highland Golf & Country Club in Indianapolis.
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