Washburn Golf began the two-day Lindenwood Invitational on an abrupt note, in seventh place. The first day was cut short and play ended for the day halfway through the second round due to darkness.
The second day ended with Washburn finishing with the highest score they had achieved in the season so far. The Ichabods ended with a three-round total of 892.
Because this event is MIAA sanctioned, Washburn now sits in fifth place.
The best score of the invitation belonged to senior Carson Roberts with an overall invitational score of 213.
Washburn Ichabod’s golf will now take a five month hiatus, only returning to begin their spring season by hosting the Washburn Invitational on March 13 to 14 at the Topeka Country Club.