MAC Men’s Golf: Co-Golfers of the Week
Jr. ? Brights Grove, Ontario (Northern Collegiate HS/Indiana University, Pa.)
Junior Graham Hill fired a five-over-par 147 (72-75) to finish in a tie for third place here at the Georgetown Hoya Intercollegiate here at the Members Club at Four Streams, Oct. 21-22. Penn State’s Robert Rohanna took home medalist honors with a three-under 139 (72-67). Hill was tied for the top spot among Mid-American Conference competitors with Akron's Colin Clemente. The duo tied for third place in the overall invitational. Eastern had captured the team title the past two season, but the three- peat would be as the Eagles finished in sixth with a team score of 608 (303-305). The host Hoya’s of Georgetown University captured the tournament title carding a 600 (303-297), one shot ahead of the College of William & Mary.
Jr. ? Hubbard, Ohio (Warren JFK HS)
Colin Clemente put together his best tournament of the season to guide the University of Akron golf team to a fourth-place finish at the Hoya Invitational over the weekend. Clemente, a junior from Hubbard, Ohio (Warren JFK HS), finished tied for third place with 147 strokes. He posted a two-over par 73 on day one of the tournament and recorded a three-over par 74 in round two to pace the Zips. His efforts helped Akron improve to 11-1 vs. MAC schools as UA finished above Eastern Michigan by three strokes. Clemente also tied for the best MAC finish for the tournament.
Jr. ? Royal Oak, Mich. (Kimball HS)
Registered a 12th-place finish with a five-over par 221 (75-74-72) to help the Rockets to a seventh-place showing at the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate. The Rockets (304-299-293=896) finished 20 shots behind tournament champion Mississippi (290-296-290=876) in their final tournament of the 2006 fall campaign.
Sr. ? Lebanon, Ind. (Lebanon HS)
The Ball State men's golf team, led by the fourth place finish of Wayne Denger, placed 11th in the 15-team field at the UNC Charlotte 49er Classic presented by Sleep Inn and Suites. Denger managed a 70-74-74=218 to place fourth out of the tournament's 80 golfers.