MAC Men's Golfer of the Week

Updated 10/28/2010
MAC Men's Golfer of the Week
Nathan Sutherland, Miami
Senior, Wyomissing, Pa. (Holy Name)
Saint Mary's Invitational, Par 72
76-65-76 (217, t-4th)
Nathan finished in a tie for fourth at the Saint Mary's Invitational, the highest finishing RedHawk and only five shots out of the lead. In the second round at the Blackhorse Golf Course, Nathan shot a seven under par 65, which was his career low round by two shots and also was the best score in the field by two shots. Nathan now has a 71.75 average through 20 rounds and has four top 10 finishes in seven starts this season.

Other Nominees:
Lucas Murray, Akron
Senior, East Sparta, Ohio (Canton South HS/Mount Union)
Memphis Intercollegiate, Par 72
71-73-77 (221, t-8th)
Akron senior Lucas Murray led the Zips to a second place finish at the Memphis Intercollegiate this week. Murray carded an even-par 144 during the first two rounds and finished the week with a 5-over 77. He helped the Zips defeat six of the seven teams ranked in Golfweek's top-100 at the event, falling only to No. 91-ranked South Alabama.

Taylor Pendrith, Kent State
Freshman, Richmond Hill, Ontario
United States Collegiate, Par 72
72-74-73 (219, t-20th)
At the United States Collegiate Kent State freshman Taylor Pendrith closed out just his second career collegiate tournament with a team best T-20 finish. Pendrith shot a three-over 219 (72-74-73) at the prestigious tournament which featured 11 of the nation's top 40 teams. Led by the rookie's performance, No. 34 Kent State finished in a tie for ninth place in its final fall tournament of the season.

Jeff Dick, Northern Illinois
Senior, Sherman, Texas (Sherman)
Saint Mary's Invitational, Par 72
73-74-75 (222, t-18th)
Though senior Jeff Dick (Sherman, Texas/Sherman) fell short in his bid for a third top-10, he did secure his fourth consecutive top-20 performance. The Texan eagled the par-five 18th, one of five players to turn the trick this week at Bayonet Golf Course. Dick (222, +6) finished in a tie for 18th.

Brad Lucas, Ohio
Sophomore, Worthington, Ohio (Thomas Worthington)
Mission Inn Fall Intercollegiate, Par 72
75-76-77 (228, t-22nd)
Lucas led Ohio at the Mission Inn Fall Intercollegiate in Orlando, Fla. tying for 22nd overall with a 228 (+12). He was fifth at the event in birdies, finishing with 10 overall. Lucas also carded the team's lowest score in each of the three rounds of the event.

Josh Agin, Toledo
Sophomore, Zanesville, Ohio (Bishop Rosecrans)
UNCG Bridgestone Intercollegiate, Par 72
70-72-73 (215, t-19th)
Sophomore Josh Agin led UT with a one-under 215 (70-72-73) to finish tied for 19th place at the UNCG Bridgestone Intercollegiate.