Cameron wins Midwestern State Invitational, NSU second

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WICHITA FALLS, Texas – Cameron held on for the win and the Northeastern State men’s golf team ended the fall with a second-place finish at the Midwestern State Invitational, which was held at the par-71, 6,812-yard Wichita Falls Country Club.
The RiverHawks shot 289 Tuesday to remain in second with a final score of 862 (291-282-289). The three-round total was the lowest recorded by an NSU squad since before the 2009-10 season.
Cameron won the event at 7-over 859 (291-274-294), and NSU finished six strokes ahead of a Southern Nazarene squad that shot 16-over 868 (301-280-287). Rogers State placed fourth at 19-over 871 (296-293-282), and Southeastern Oklahoma State completed the top five at 21-over 873 (286-295-292).

Zach James of Southeastern Oklahoma State finished atop the individual leaderboard at 6-under 207 (68-68-71). Dylan McLure finished second at 4-under despite a final-round 73 to place second.

NSU junior Brent Williamson posted a career-low T-6 finish after shooting 2-over 215 (71-69-75). He also finished inside the top 10 for the third time in his career.

The RiverHawks will now take the rest of the fall off and will reconvene their season March 9-10 at the Dave Falconer Memorial in Russellville, Ark. MIDWESTERN STATE INVITATIONAL – Final ResultsOctober 21, 2014 at Wichita Falls, Texas(par-71, 6,812-yard Wichita Falls Country Club)
Team Results
1.        (RV) Cameron                                    291-274-294=859 (+7)
2.        (RV) Northeastern State                   291-282-289=862 (+10)
3.        (RV) Southern Nazarene                    301-280-287=868 (+16)
4.        Rogers State                                        296-293-282=871 (+19)
5.        (RV) Southeastern Oklahoma State   286-295-292=873 (+21)
6.        (RV) West Texas A&M                      297-290-295=882 (+30)
T7.     Dallas Baptist                                      298-289-296=883 (+31)
           Midwestern State                                299-289-295=883 (+31)
9.        Lubbock Christian                              296-297-292=885 (+33)
10.      #21 St. Edward’s                                302-302-294=898 (+46)
11.      Texas A&M-Commerce                      302-302-295=899 (+47)
12.      Texas A&M International                   311-299-292=902 (+50)
13.      Newman                                              297-295-311=903 (+51)
14.      (RV) St. Mary’s                                  309-292-304=905 (+53)
15.      Midwestern State 2                             320-304-313=937 (+85)
Rankings reflect the latest Golf Coaches Association of America Division II Top 25 Poll
RV = receiving votes in the pol
Top-5 Results
1.        Zach James (Southeastern Oklahoma State)    68-68-71=207 (-6)
2.        Dylan McLure (Cameron)                                70-66-73=209 (-4)
3.        Michael Hearne (Southern Nazarene)              77-64-72=213 (E)
T4.     Bradley Ferrell (Cameron)                                73-69-72=214 (+1)
           Hagen Barmasse (Rogers State)                       73-73-68=214 (+1)
NSU Individuals
T6.     Brent Williamson                                71-69-75=215 (+2)
T9.     Zach Tucker                                        73-73-71=217 (+4)
T15.   Marc Johnson                                      73-75-70=218 (+5)
T20.   Brad Hager                                         74-71-75=220 (+7)
T29.   Jonas Granel                                        80-69-73=222 (+9)
"We grew up a great deal the last two tournaments. We competed harder than we have all year. We had a great chance to win these last two tournaments against very strong fields. We are always about winning first and foremost, but I feel good about where we are as a program heading into the winter break. We beat a ton of teams we needed to beat these last two events, and we are well positioned to have a great spring."

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