After one day at the River Rumble golf tournament, the Ichabods were sitting at seventh place out of fifteen teams.
On the second day they climbed the team leaderboard to fourth place and that’s where they finished. Their round for the first day was a 313 and on the second day they improved their round to a 304. This put their total at 617 for the two days of the tournament.
So far this year the men’s golf team has finished first, eighth, and now fourth.
The lowest score for the Ichabod’s came from Tavin Dugan who shot a 78 on the first day, and a 75 on the second. This put Dugan at nine over par and tied for 15th place. Jordan Hecker posted the lowest round for the golf team on the first day of the tournament with a two over par 74.
The school that took home the team title was Lincoln Memorial who posted a total of 593 for the tournament. Lincoln Memorials Braden Gaylon also took home the individual title. He posted a red number of one under for the tournament by shooting rounds of 70 on the first day and a 73 on the second day.
The other golfers for Washburn were Ronnie McHenry tied for 20th. Alex Green who shot a 155 and also tied for 20th. Alex Green was tied for 25th with a score of 157. And last but not least was Tristian Abts with rounds of 81 and 78.
The Ichabods will try to place even higher at their next tournament in St. Charles, Missouri. The tournament will be held at the Missouri Bluffs Golf Club, and will be hosted by Lindenwood. It will take place April 6-7.