The Washburn golf team traveled to Monkey Island, Okla. on Sept. 20-21 to compete in the Missouri Southern Invitational.
After two rounds on Sunday at the Shangri-La Country Club, the team stood at fifth place.
Senior Ronnie McHenry finished in ninth place with rounds of 74 and 72 for 2-over 146. Junior Tavin Dugan had rounds of 79, following 83 and 75, putting him in a tie for 15th. Junior Carson Roberts also tied at 18th with scores of 74 and 71 for 7-over 151. Freshman Turner Wintz and Brooks Brown played individually, with Wintz tying at 12th with scores of 75 and 73 and Brown tying at 35th with 77 and 79.
The team would end the day and return starting with a total of 604 throughout two rounds, placing them in fifth, just 12 shots behind Lindenwood.
Continuing on Sept. 15, Wintz led the team as he placed seventh overall as an idividual with 4-over 220 and rounds of 75, 73 and 72. McHenry tied at 12th, Dugan at 17th and Roberts at 29th.
Individually, Brown moved up to tie at 29th, Ivan Amarilla tied at fourth and Drew Sandburg tied at 53rd. Finishing just one shot shy of sixth place, the Ichabods had a 54-hole total at 920.
The golf team will return to the green on Sept. 20-21 to play in the Northeastern State Men’s Classic in Bartlesville, Okla.