On Monday (Sept. 23), following the first 36 holes of Findlay's Doc Spragg Fall Invitational at Findlay Country Club, Ashland University's men's golf team landed in seventh place in the 18-team tournament.
Led by junior Ben Jones, the Eagles finished Day 1 at 296-299—595. Jones is tied for eighth individually following Monday's action, carding 73-70—143. His day included 10 birdies – five in each round.
Freshman Andrew Kolar is in a tie for 26th place at 72-77—149, and included in his total was six birdies. Right behind is sophomore Luke Tanner, who is in a tie for 34th place at 76-74—150, including five birdies.
The Eagles are 21 strokes behind first-place Findlay (288-286—574). Wayne State is in second place (281-297—578), and Bellarmine is in third (290-295—585).
Wayne State's Brendan Seys is the individual leader through 36 holes at 69-69—138.
Ashland's men will play the final 18 holes of the Doc Spragg Fall Invitational on Tuesday (Sept. 24).