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Lunding Posts Team Best 73 to Lead Wilmington Golf to 15th Place at Otter Invitational

SEASIDE, Calif. - - Junior Andreas Lunding shoots a team low 73 on Tuesday to lead the Wilmington University golf team to a 15th place finish at the Otter Invitational hosted by Cal State Monterey Bay at Bayonet/Black Horse Golf Course on Tuesday morning.

Lunding's 73 moved him into a tie for 22nd overall to conclude the three-round tournament, giving him a 227 (78-76-73) to finish 11-over par.

Sophomore Freddy Braun finished in a tie for 51st overall, posting an 83 on Tuesday to finish the three-round tournament with a 236 (78-75-83) and at 20 over par. His score Tuesday did not factor into the team's 315 overall score as the top four scores from each round are taken from the five participating golfers.

Sophomore Sam Clark shot an 82 on Tuesday to finish in a tie for 74th overall, finishing the tournament with an 85-77-82, 244, to come into the clubhouse with a 28 over-par.

Jordan Lamb finished 29-over par after an 81 on Tuesday, giving him 245 strokes for the tournament after an 83-81-81 following the two-day tournament.

Alexander Lautenschlaeger rounded out the Wildcats' team score with a 79 on Tuesday, finishing his tournament with a 246, 30-over par after a 85-82-79, three-round score.

The team's 315 gave the Wildcats a 948 three-round score, placing them eight strokes behind CSU-Stanislaus but nine-strokes ahead of Valdosta State.

Playing as an individual Alex Healy finished the tournament in a tie for 72nd overall, shooting an 85 on Tuesday to collect a 243, 27-over par score. He finished 27-over par. Matt DiEleuterio also competed as an individual, shooting an 83 on Tuesday to finish with an 83-81-83, for a three-round score of 247 and 31-over par.

Nova Southeastern won the tournament with an 885, 21-over par. The team from Florida defeated British Columbia by five strokes while host CSU-Monterey Bay placed third with and 893.

Nova Southeastern's Richard Mansell took home the medalist honors as well, leading the Sharks to victory with a 71-71-73, posting a 215 and finishing one-under par for the tournament. He was the only player under par or even for the tournament.

The Wildcats remain on the West Coast for one more tournament during their fall season, as they travel to Hawaii to compete in the Dennis Rose Intercollegiate. The tournament hosted by Hawaii at Hilo begins on October 30 in Waikoloa, Hawaii.