Men’s golf finshes off fall season

Dakota Ratley

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






The men’s golf team has finished off its fall season with a ninth place finish at the Quail Valley Intercollegiate.

The Warhawks shot five under par in the final round to jump three spots to finish over the teams of Bowling Green, UConn, Rice, Houston Baptist and North Dakota State.

The team clocked in at a final score of five over par, which was good for a tie with Arizona for ninth. North Florida won the tournament with a score of 24 under par.

Sophomore Calum Hill led the Warhawks during the fall, recording three top-six finishes during the five events. He placed in the top-15 in four of the events.

Coach Walt Williams said he was looking forward to seeing how well his team would perform in relation to the rest of the Sun Belt.

“I think we’ll be right there in the mix. We’ll see. I think we’re better than we’re ranked,” Williams said.

The season has been a bit tough on the Warhawks, according to Williams. The team has had health issues, with multiple players fighting sickness and injuries.

“We’re all pretty confident. We know what we can do as a team.” Hill said.