The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

College Sports

September 18, 2013

Glade Springs Intercollegiate Golf Championship

BECKLEY — Hosted by: University of Charleston

At the Stonehaven Course at The Resort at Glade Springs

Team Scores

1. IUP, 907; 2. Millersville 934; 3. West Chester 938; 4. Charleston 939; 5. Gannon 941; 6. Cal (Pa.) 954; 7. West Liberty 961; 8. Shepherd  974; 9. Wheeling Jesuit 977; 10. Concord 981; 11. Notre Dame 983; 12. UVA-Wise 1012; 13. Fairmont St. 1014; 14. Urbana 1020; 15. Pitt-Johnstown 1030; 16. OVU 1104.

Individual Scores

Zack Kempa    79-71-72--222

Austin Mann    72-74-78--224

Jack Owen    77-75-75--227

Conor Gilbert    76-76-75--227

Kenneth Sames    80-78-71--229

George Hamrick    75-74-80--229

Evan Muscari    79-75-76--230

Rob Coyne    81-74-75-230

Matt Iceton    73-78-79--230

Jess Farrell    77-78-76--231

Jesper Jensen    80-76-75--231

Jorge Herrera    78-79-75--232

Zach Webber    82-7080--232

Atle Ruden    79-74-80--233

Robby Rowe    83-75-75--233

Jamin Smith    78-77-79--234

Cameron Zbrzeznj    79-77-78--234

Harry Howell    79-79-77-235

Michael Ashcraft    79-79-78--236

Max Kirsch    79-72-86--237

Alex Patricio    74-86-78--238

Nolan Tisch    77-77-84--238

Daegan Wall    87-74-77--238

Adam Jeffery    74-78-87--239

Andrew Patterson    77-82-81--240

Steve England    82-77-81--240

Billy Clark    77-86-77--240

Brady Moran    82-81-78--241

Ryan Thomson    81-81-79--241

Kodi Peterson    82-79-80--241

Matt Morgan    80-80-83--243

Thibaut Carmignano     85-77-81--243

Matt Dunning    83-81-79--243

Corey Smith    81-80-83--244

Mike Macionsky    83-79-82--244

Eric Wyant    80-78-86--244

Eric Slauter    86-81-78--245

Kevin Davis    81-80-84--245

Tanner Stoffer    77-78-90--245

Brian Bir    86-79-80--245

Patrick Leveau    80-86-80--246

John Carbone    83-79-84--246

Adam Mitchley    83-84-80--247

Kevin Krysty    81-79-87--247

Clint Lowe    84-78-85--247

John Baggott    80-84-83--247

Brandyn Offenberger    81-81-86--248

Blake Blizard    78-81-89--248

Bryan Milburn    83-7986--248

Jon Heile    84-82-83--249

Chris Ferrell    80-87-83--250

Zach McQueen    89-80-82--251

Jordan Eck    81-84-88--25

Robert Fleming    83-84-86--253

Matt Cioffi    86-77-91-254

Bailey Warfield    79-87-91--254

Tyler Tiesi    85-87-84-256

Mark Pinti    83-85-84--257

Joe Berkinshaw    79-82-96--257

Shyamal Nagindas    91-84-83--258

Tim Straka    82-95-81--258

Jordan Pimentel    90-81-88--259

Chris Scott    83-82-94--259

Tyler Hartzell    88-87-86--261

Brady Noland    93-84-85--262

Ryan Rao    85-86-92--263

Jordan Shaffer    91-81-93--265

David Harvey    92-86-87--265

Austin Wells    89-84-94--267

Robert Paczkowski    88-91-90--269

Aaron Lamp    90-91-92--273

Mike Dague    102-87-88--277

Tyler Robinette    92-99-87--278

David Urbassik    89-98-92--279

Travis Fowler    91-92-98--281

Jake Helmick    95-93-94--282

Max Bondi    101-100-104--305

Philip Campbell    112-113-99--324

Josh Haught    124-106-121—351

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