Oct. 9, 2012
DUBLIN, Ohio - Oklahoma State's men's golf team posted a 313 total during its final round at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational on Tuesday to finish tied for second place at Muirfield Village Golf Club.
With the event shortened yesterday from 54 to 36 holes due to weather, the Cowboys posted an opening 295 to lead by seven heading into today's final round. However, OSU's 25-over closing round dropped them into a tie with Vanderbilt for the runner-up spot at 608. Kent State posted a 302 during its second round to win the event by three shots with a 605 total.
Central Florida's Greg Eason carded his second consecutive 70 to finish at 4-under 140 and six shots clear of the field.
A pair of Cowboys finished in the top 10 with senior Sean Einhaus and junior Ian Davis tying for sixth place at 149. Einhaus closed with a 75 to get to his 5-over total, while Davis posted a 78 to earn his first career top 10.
Sophomore Patrick Winther cracked the top 20, tying for 18th place at 154 after signing for a 79.
Sophomore Tanner Kesterson competed individually and posted a 76 during his second round to tie for 23rd place at 155.
The Cowboys will return to action on Oct. 19 when they begin play at the U.S. Collegiate in Alpharetta, Ga.