BRISTOL, Wis. – The Marian University men’s golf team shot a 302 for the front end of the Aurora Double Gun Invite and followed that up with the fifth lowest team round in school history with a 300.
The Sabres finished third for the event, while Hope College took home the team title with a 566. Josh Gibson took home the individual title shooting a four-under par between the two rounds.
Freshman Christian Taylor led the Sabres with an even 72 in his first round and a one-over par in his second round to finish tied for sixth. Fellow freshman Maxwell Dye finished tied for 11th shooting a 72 in the first round and a 72 in his second. Sophomore Aaron Rick and freshman Jake Sherwood finished in the top-30 with Rick shooting a total of nine-over par, tied for 21st, and Sherwood finishing 11-over par, tied for 30th. Freshman Matty Taylor rounded out the Sabres with an 82 in his first round and an 85 in his second round.
The second Marian squad was led by freshman Chris Stephens who finished with a 173, while freshman Kyle Doyle and junior Paul Kinder were each one shot behind him with a 174. Freshman Hutt North capped off all the Sabre golfers with a 195.
Marian returns to action at the Randall Oaks Golf Club for the Carthage Tip Kopka Invite Sept. 8-9.