MOUNT VERNON, Ohio – Daniel Shafer led the Capital University men's golf team, pacing them to a fourth place overall finish at this weekend's Mount Vernon Nazarene University Cougar Classic.
Shafer, a senior from Hilliard, Ohio, tied for second on the overall individual leaderboard with a two-round total of 146 (71-75). His first-round 71 led all participants but his second set of 18 dropped him top medalist B.J. White from Indiana Wesleyan University, who competed as an individual.
White shot a second-round 69 to bounce ahead of the field and finish two strokes ahead of Shafer.
Sophomore Ryan Kimmerling (Nobelsville, Ind.) was consistent with a 78 and 79 over 36 holes, closing out his tournament finish with a 157.
Freshman Logan Holbrook (75-83-158), junior Jeff Czerniakowski (82-79-161) and junior Phillip Martin (79-86-165) rounded out Capital's team lineup. The Crusaders finished fourth out of a field of 10 teams with a 619 (303-316) final tally.
Host Mount Vernon Nazarene's 'A' team won the team title with a 604, holding of Indiana Wesleyan (608) and St. Francis (Ind.) University (609).
This concludes the Crusaders' fall schedule. Be sure to return to athletics.capital.edu for the updated spring schedule when it becomes available.