SIMPSONVILLE, Ky.- The Miami University golf team shot a final round of five-over par 293 on Sunday to finish at two-over par and in second place at the Louisville Cardinal Challenge. Host Louisville won the tournament, finishing at nine-under par.
Senior Patrick Flavin had the best individual performance overall, earning his sixth collegiate win, shooting a final round two-under par 70. He ended the tournament with a final score of nine-under par. Sophomore Cam Solomon finished the tournament not far behind Flavin after shooting an even-par round of 72 Sunday. He finished the tournament tied for sixth place at even par.
Freshman Jack Herceg shot a two-over par round of 74. Herceg finished the tournament at six-over par to tie for 23rd. Freshman Charlie Nikitas tallied a five-over par round of 77 in the final round to finish the tournament at nine-over par and tied for 39th place. Redshirt junior Brian Ohr finished the final round with an eight-over par round of 80. Ohr finished the tournament tied for 54th place at 13-over par.
Competing as an individual, freshman Jack Mortell shot 11-over par, tying him for 48th. Rounding out his college debut, freshman Jack Katarincic shot 16-over par, tying him with two other golfers for 59th place.
"I thought we played really solid as a team," said head coach Zac Zedrick. "We handled some difficult conditions going down the stretch to finish out the tournament."
The RedHawks return to action Oct. 8-9 when they compete at the Windon Memorial Classic.