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Wilmington Golf Closes Out Fall Schedule with a Fourth Place Finish at the Dennis Rose Invitational

Wilmington Golf Closes Out Fall Schedule with a Fourth Place Finish at the Dennis Rose Invitational

The Wilmington University golf team closed out its 2014 fall season with a fourth place finish at the Dennis Rose Invitational after posting a 310 on Saturday at the Waikoloa Kings' Course on the Island of Hawai'i.

 The Wildcats posted a 315-304-310 for a three-round total of 929. The Wildcats slipped to fourth after sitting in third following the first day and the first two rounds of the tournament.

Junior Jordan Lamb paced the Wildcats with a fourth place finish, dropping from atop the leaderboard after the first day. His 77 on Saturday gave him a 224 for the tournament; eight-over par. Lamb finished five strokes behind the winner.

Sophomore Freddy Braun posted an 80 on Saturday to fall to a tie for eighth overall after sitting in fourth following the first two rounds. He shot a 74-75-80 to finish with a 229, 13-over par score.

Sophomore Sam Clark shot his best round of the tournament on Saturday with a 77, posting an 81-79-77 for a 237, 21-over par after the three-rounds. He finished in a tie for 27th overall, moving up from 38th overall after the first two rounds.

Junior Andreas Lunding led the Wildcats on Saturday with a 76, finishing in a tie for 44th overall after posting an 86-79-76, 241 three-round score. He moved up 11 spots on Saturday and finished 25-over par.

Junior Alex Healy was the final scorer for the Wildcats, finishing the tournament with an 86 on Saturday. He scored an 84-81-86 for the tournament, shooting a 251, 35-over par. He finished 69th overall.

Senior Matt DiEleuterio tied Lunding in 44th overall after shooting an 83 on Saturday. He shot an 82-76-83 as an individual, finishing at 241, 25-over par.

Host Hawaii-Hilo won the tournament by three strokes, finishing with a 916 total score after shooting a 302 on Saturday. CSU-Stanislaus posted the only sub-300 score of the tournament on Saturday (299) to move past the Wildcats and into third place. St. Edward's finish second overall with a 919, three strokes off of Hawaii-Hilo.

The host's Dalen Yamauchi and St. Edward's Dillon Van Essen tied atop the leader board with a 291, three-over par score after the three rounds and needed a tiebreaker to determine the winner. Yamauchi earned medalist honors after winning the playoff.

The Wildcats return to action in the spring during their official Championship Season. The Wildcats' spring schedule will be announced at a later date.