Men's Golf had a strong showing in their first tournament of the fall, placing fifth overall of nine teams at the Bryan College Invitational at Bear Trace Cumberland Mountain in Crossville, Tenn.
Wes Spillers was Cleveland State's top finisher in a field of 64 athletes, finishing tied for tenth at seven over par with scores of 73 and 78. He had a historic day for the Cougars, setting the program record for the lowest two-round score with a mark of 151. His first round score of 73 ties Colbe Cagle for the best individual round score. The record book for Men's Golf spans from the time that the program was revitalized in 2017 to the present.
Cagle also placed in the top half for Cleveland State, finishing 29th with scores of 77 and 82. Nick McCracken saw the Cougars' most improvement with a stellar second day, moving up 11 spots and shooting a 76 to finish tied for 38th.
Golf will be in action Sept. 30-Oct. 1 in Georgetown, Ky. as they participate in the Georgetown Invitational at Cherry Blossom Golf Club.
Wes Spillers- 151 (73, 78)
Colbe Cagle- 159 (77, 82)
Nick McCracken- 161 (85, 76)
Trent Cooper- 163 (76, 87)
Gage Brakebill- 164 (83, 81)
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