Cyclone golf finishes 11th at the Wolf Run Invitational

Dean Berhow-Goll

The ISU men’s golf team finished the

Wolf Run Invitational 11th out of the 15 teams this weekend. Iowa

State totaled an 897 for the weekend, playing 36 holes Saturday and

18 Sunday.

Leading the team for Iowa State was

Jacob Aaholm, who tied for ninth overall. Aaholm finished the

weekend with a 218, with rounds of 73, 73 and 71. Receiving

medalist honors for winning the event was Central Florida’s Connor

Arendell, who shot a 208 to take the victory. Also finishing well

were Tom Lathrop and Nathan Leary, firing a score total of 228,

which left them tied for 47th.

Leary started the weekend off strong,

carding a 69-74 which earned him a tie for second. Then, after the

last 18 on Sunday, Leary limped into the clubhouse with an 85,

dropping him into the tie for 47th.

“All five of our guys showed some good

signs, but struggled to put it together for 54 holes,” coach Andrew

Tank said in an e-mail. “Jacob played solid on a difficult golf


Tank went on to say that the Wolf Run

golf course is a challenging one and seemed to expose some of the

weaknesses of the players. He also mentioned that the team still

needs to keep working on how it approaches every shot.

Next on the schedule for the Cyclones

is the VCU Shootout, which is on Sept. 27-28.