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Wed Mar 20
3 p.m.
at Calvin Celebration Classic T-1st Place
in Orlando, Fla. (Celebration G.C.)
Fri Mar 22
at Keiser University Dual Match
Palm City, Fla. (Fox G.C.)
Fri Apr 05
at Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate
in Wilmington, N.C.
Sat Apr 06
at Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate
in Wilmington, N.C.
Sun Apr 07
at Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate 6th Place
in Wilmington, N.C.
Sat Apr 13
at Nye Intercollegiate 1st Place
in Wooster, Ohio (Wooster C.C.)
Sun Apr 14
10 a.m.
at Nye Intercollegiate 1st Place
in Wooster, Ohio (Wooster C.C.)
Sat Apr 27
Ted Barclay Invitational 1st Place
in Granville, Ohio (Denison G.C)
Sun Apr 28
Ted Barclay Invitational 1st Place
in Granville, Ohio (Denison G.C)
Fri May 03
Cancelled
at NCAC Championship
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook C.C.)
Sat May 04
at NCAC Championship 6th Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook C.C.)
Sun May 05
at NCAC Championship 6th Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook C.C.)
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Denison men finish sixth overall at NCAC’s

Christian Early  |  Photo by Brett Dunbar
Christian Early | Photo by Brett Dunbar

MANSFIELD, Ohio – Denison men's golf shot the third-lowest score on Sunday (304) to finish the weekend sixth overall at the 2019 North Coast Athletic Conference Championship hosted at the Westbrook Country Club in Mansfield, Ohio. Posting a 36-hole score of 620, the Big Red landed seven strokes ahead of DePauw in seventh place (627) while Kenyon finished two strokes in front in fifth place at 618. Wittenberg claimed their 10th straight NCAC title after posting a seven-over-par score of 583 for the weekend.

Senior Nick Brodbeck led the Big Red with a nine-over-par score of 153 for the weekend to place 15th overall and be named an All-NCAC honorable mention selection. Christian Early followed Brodbeck by one stroke (154) to finish in a tie for 16th, while freshman Marc Mitchell continued the trend with a 155 to land in a tie for 21st place.

Fellow freshman Ben Scherman rounded out the team scoring in 30th place with a two-round score of 159. Connor Holleran finished the weekend at 163 in 33rd place.

The Big Red finished the spring season with three different team victories, including back-to-back wins at the Nye Intercollegiate and the Ted Barclay Invitational.