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Trailblazer golf competes in Rend Lake Invite

WHITTINGTON, Ill. – Sophomore Zach Hall tied for 12th to lead Vincennes University in the Rend Lake Spring Invite on Monday.

Hall shot an 81 in the first round on Sunday and a 78 in the final round for a two-day total of 15-over-par 159 at Rend Lake Golf Course.

Freshman Matt Jordan finished 18th. He shot back-to-back 83s and posted a 166.

Sophomore Joe Allbright placed 19th. He fired an 84 in the final round. He opened with an 83. Allbright finished with a 167.

Freshman Cole Parmer tied for 24th. He followed up a 90 with an 87 for a 177 total.

Rend Lake’s Nate Neal won the individual title by two strokes over teammate Jack Pring. Neal posted a 142 (72-70). Pring shot a 69 and 75 for a 144.

The Trailblazers placed fifth in the team standings with a total of 669 strokes. They shot a 337 in the opening round. In the final round, VU shot a 332.

Rend Lake won the team title at 586 strokes (292-294).  North Central Missouri finished as runner-up with 631 strokes (305-326).

VU plays next on May 3 in the Lincoln Trail Invite at Quail Creek Country Club in Robinson, Illinois.

 

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Vincennes University Newsroom
Vincennes University Trailblazer Athletics

MARCIA MARTINEZ, Sports Information Director & University Life Reporter
812-888-4164 office, 314-599-1519 cell, VUNews@vinu.edu, mmartinez@vinu.edu
 

VINCENNES UNIVERSITY, Department of University Relations, www.vinu.edu/newsroom

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