MAC Announces Men's Golfer of the Week

Updated 4/8/2009

MAC Men’s Golfer of the Week

John Hahn, Kent State, Sophomore

Hudson, Ohio (Hudson)

Administaff ASU Invitational        

Score: 209 (70-67-71)   

Finish: 8th        

Hahn led the Golden Flashes to a third place finish at the Administaff Augusta State University Invitational this past weekend. In a 17-team field that featured 11 top 60 teams, Hahn shot a seven-under 209 (70-67-71) to finish in eighth place and earn his fourth top 10 of the year.  For the weekend he made 13 birdies, including five in a bogey free second round 67 that matched the lowest round of his career.  



Other Nominees

Scott Landreth, Akron, Freshman     

Stratford, Ontario (St. Michaels Catholic)     

Ironwood Pirate Intercollegiate   

Score: 75-71-74 (220)   

Finish: T-9        

Landreth finished in a career-high tie for ninth last weekend at the Ironwood Pirate Intercollegiate. Carding a 75-71-74 (220) on the par-72 Ironwood Golf and Country Club, Landreth's second round score of 71 was the only under-par score from the Zips.


Brian Maurer, Ball State, Senior        

Richmond, Ind. (Richmond)

Marshall Invitation

Score: 74-70-71=215    

Finish: T-4th     

Maurer tied for fourth with a 74-70-71 at the Marshall Invitational, finishing only four strokes behind the individual winner, Zach Barlow of 16th-ranked Illinois.  Maurer led Ball State to a tie for second in the event, finishing ahead of MAC foes Miami University (8th), Ohio (9th), Bowling Green (10th) and Northern Illinois (14th).           


John Powers, Bowling Green, Junior  

Bowling Green, Ohio (Bowling Green) 

Marshall Invitational       

Score: 75-71-74 (220)   

Finish: T-20th   

In the blistering wind and cold John Powers managed to fire a 220 through 54 holes. The junior opened with a 75 and finished with a 71-74 to finish in a tie for 20th at the Marshall Invitational among the  84 player field.


Chad Warmbein, Ohio, Junior 

McMurray, Pa. (Peters Township)

Marshall Invitational       

Score: 75-72-72 (219)   


Warmbein fired consecutive rounds of 72 (+1) to lead the Bobcats to an eighth-place showing at the Marshall Invitational. He finished in a tie for 17th to earn his first top-20 finish of the season, while his 54-hole total of 219 (+6) marked his second-best of the campaign.