Men’s golf team ties for 12th in spring’s 1st tournament

Mark Schafer

In the first official tournament of the spring semester, the ISU men’s golf team finished in a tie for 12th place overall at the Texas-San Antonio Invitational with host Texas-San Antonio.

Senior Nate McCoy was the top scorer for Iowa State, finishing in a tie for 12th overall in the tournament with a three-round score of 214 strokes. McCoy led every round for the Cyclones.

The next closest Cyclone player to McCoy was freshman Scott Fernandez, who finished the tournament in a tie for 17th with a three-round score of 218 total strokes.

As a team, the Cyclones finished the tournament with 892 total strokes.

Three Big 12 schools finished atop the leaderboard with Texas Tech winning the tournament.

Oklahoma finished second after a playoff against Texas Tech for the tournament win. Baylor finished third in the tournament.