TERRE HAUTE, IND. -- The Fightin' Engineer men's
golf team placed fifth of nine teams at the Rose-Hulman
Invitational at Hulman Links Golf Course on Saturday and
Senior Cliff Parsons (Petersburg/ Pike Central)
(pictured) led Rose-Hulman with a tie for second
place individually. Parsons recorded two rounds of 79 to tie
Phillip Gilmore of Mount St. Joseph for the runner-up
Ryan Berra of DePauw won the individual tournament by two
strokes over Parsons and Gilmore with rounds of 81 and 75 for a
two-day total of 156.
DePauw also won the team competition with 643 strokes,
ahead of Mount St. Joseph (650) and Vincennes (654). The
Fightin' Engineers placed fifth overall of nine teams with a
Junior Blake Knotts (Louisville,
Ky./Christian) contributed an 11th place finish with a
two-day score of 166, highlighted by a opening round of 76 on
Sophomore Eric Kamer (Greenwood/Center
Grove) ranked third among Engineers and 25th overall with
a two-day total of 172.
Sophomore John Rigitano (Addison, Ill./Addison
Trail) compiled rounds of 90 and 83 to finish 29th
overall. Freshman Brandon Scroggins (Hanover/Shawe
Memorial) placed fifth among Engineers with a two-day
SCORES: 1) DePauw 321-322=643; 2) Mount St.
Joseph 319-331=650; 3) Vincennes 320-334=654; 4) Hanover
340-335=675; 5) Rose-Hulman 341-336=677; 6) Heidelberg 348-331=679;
7) Wabash 351-348=699; 8) Anderson 352-349=701; 9) Wabash B
RESULTS: 2) Cliff Parsons 79-79=158; 11)
Blake Knotts 76-90=166; 25) Eric Kamer 85-87=172; 29) John Rigitano
90-83=173; 38) Brandon Scroggins 89-87=176; 50) Aaron Kiraly
88-96=184; 52) Steven Stoops 99-106=205; Adam Geisler
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