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MEN'S GOLF
| AWARDS | CHAMPIONSHIP | SCHEDULE |

2005 LMC CHAMPIONSHIP

Oct. 16-17
@ Whistling Straights -
The Irish Course

Championship Finish
1. Edgewood, 633
2. MSOE, 650
3. WI Lutheran, 359
4. Concordia, 728
5. Marian, 732
6. Lakeland, 770

 

LMC Sanctioned Meets

09/11-12 @ WLC
Finish of LMC Schools
1. MSOE, 572
3. Edgewood, 622
7. Marian, 651
8. WLC, 677
10. Concordia, 689
11. Lakeland, 703

09/18-19 @ EC
Finish of LMC Schools
1. MSOE, 619
2. Edgewood, 622
5. Marian, 663
7. WLC, 669
11. Concordia, 717
13. Lakeland, 757

10/09-10 @ MSOE
 

EDGEWOOD CAPTURES FIRST MEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
KOHLER, Wis. --
The Edgewood College men's golf team captured its first-ever Lake Michigan Conference Championship Monday at the Irish Course at Whistling Straits. The Eagles led runner-up Milwaukee School of Engineering by six strokes after the first day, and almost tripled their lead to finish the two-day event with a total of 633, 17 strokes better than MSOE's 650.

Wisconsin Lutheran College rounded out the top-three with a score of 705. Concordia University (728), Marian College (732) and Lakeland College (770) finished fourth, fifth and sixth, respectively. Edgewood freshman Dustin Schwab (Waunakee, Wis.) shot an even-par 72 on the second day of the championship to finish with a 152 and claim medalist honors.

--October 18, 2005--  [Championship Results]

 

MSOE'S MAUPIN BREAKS SCHOOL RECORDS
HARTFORD, Wis. -- MSOE golfer Scott Maupin (Waukesha, Wis./Waukesha West) had the round of his life, shooting a 65 on his way to winning the Wisconsin Lutheran Invitational, held at the Washington County Golf Course. Maupin turned in a combined score of 134, 10 under par, breaking both the school record of low score in a single round and low score for a two-round total.

MSOE Head Coach Joe Meloy was nearly speechless after Maupin’s performance on Monday. “Tremendous,” Meloy said of Maupin’s performance. “I think the score speaks for itself.”

MSOE won the 11-team event, scoring a two-day total 572, breaking another school record. Carthage College finished second (609), followed by Edgewood College (622) in third.

Raider sophomore Eric Macias (Mexico City, Mexico/ITESM) finished in second place with a 2-under par 142 with freshman Paul Rothering (New Berlin, Wis./New Berlin West) shooting a 36 hole total 146, good enough for third overall.

An enthusiastic Meloy said, “Although this is the first week of the season, I think this is a great way to get started.”

--September 12, 2005-- [Release provided by MSOE Sports Information Department]

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