JANESVILLE, Wis. (WLCSports.com) – The Wisconsin Lutheran College men's golf team opened its 2017 fall campaign with a sixth-place finish out of 20 teams at the Culver's-Edgewood Fall Classic at Glen Erin Golf Club Friday and Saturday. The Warriors registered rounds of 316 and 309 for a two-day total of 625.
- Event: Culver's-Edgewood Fall Classic
- Location: Glen Erin Golf Club, Janesville, Wis.
- Course Info: Par 71, 6,849 Yards
- WLC Team: 6th of 20 (+57)
- Top WLC Individual: Ben Landvatter (Watertown, Wis.) (+9), 10th of 108
INSIDE THE SCORECARD
- Landvatter fired the low round for the Warriors Friday and Saturday with scores of 76 and 75 for a 151. His 75 marked a career-best.
- Tim Pridemore (Hartford, Wis.) registered rounds of 79 and 76 to finish 13-over-par and tied for 23rd overall.
- Damon Gnewikow (Warrens, Wis.) carded the third-lowest round for the Warriors with scores of 79 and 78 for a final total of 157 (+15)
- Derick Disch (Greenfield, Wis.) turned in rounds of 82 and 80 for a total score of 162 (+20).
- Johnny Kositzky Jr. (Escanaba, Mich.) and Quinn Schultz (Chaseburg, WIs.) made their collegiate debuts, with total scores of 157 (+15) and 169 (+27), respectively.
- The Warriors shot an opening-round 316 and trailed first-round leaders Central and Webster by 16 strokes heading into final round play.
- WLC ended the second round with a 309, finishing in sixth place, trailing St. Olaf by only two strokes.
- 10. Ben Landvatter, 151 (+9)
- T-23. Tim Pridemore, 155 (+13)
- T-34. Damon Gnewikow, 157 (+15)
- T-34. Johnny Kositzky Jr., 157 (+15)
- T-57. Derick Disch, 162 (+20)
- T-84. Quinn Schultz, 169 (+27)
FOR THE FOES
- Webster earned the top spot in the tournament, posting scores of 300 and 293 for a total score of 593 (+25), winning by four strokes over host Edgewood.
- Webster's Will Hocker claimed medalist honors with a 144 (75-69) to finish two-over.
- The Warriors compete next Friday and Saturday at the Carthage Fall Classic at Randall Oaks Golf Club in West Dundee, Ill. Tee times are scheduled for 1:00 p.m. each day.