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Men's Golf finishes second in big field at TC Classic

Men's Golf finishes second in big field at TC Classic

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Live scoring

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No. 11-ranked St. Thomas moved up one spot on the final 18 and closed in second place out of 15 schools (19 teams) at the three-day, 54-hole Twin Cities Classic, which concluded Monday in Bloomington.

No. 25-ranked Gustavus posted a winning 877 score and finished with an 18-stroke cushion on the runner-up Tommies.

Placing 2-3-4-5-6-7 were St. Thomas (895), Concordia-Moorhead (899), UW-Eau Claire and St. John's (903), St, John's II (905) and Nebraska Wesleyan (922). St. Thomas' No. 2 squad shot 940 for 10th place.

On a par 73 course on Monday, Ben Frazzini shot 73 and tied teammate Emmet Herb for eighth place out of 102 golfers. Jack Nasby shot 73 and tied for 15th. Herb and Ben Kisla closed with 75s.

Freshman Matthew Raab of the Tommies' No. 2 team shot 74 on Monday and tied for 15th overall.

Coach Scott Proshek's team will compete in the three-day MIAC Championships starting Saturday in Jordan, Minn. The Tommies will attempt to win the team championship for the third year in a row, something not done before in UST program history.

 

Sunday story

No. 11-ranked St. Thomas Men's Golf sits tied for third place out of 19 teams after day two of the three-day, 54-hole Twin Cities Classic.

The final 18 holes are set for Monday at Minnesota Valley Country Club in Bloomington.

No. 25-ranked Gustavus (585) leads UW-Eau Claire (594) by nine. St. Thomas, St. John's I and St. John's II all are at 599, while Concordia-Moorhead is at 604.

St. Thomas shot 296 on Sunday after a 303 on Saturday. Emmet Herb and Peder Larson had one-under-par scores of 71, whiole Ben Frazzini and Jack Nasby each shot 77s.

 

Saturday story

No. 11-ranked St. Thomas Men's Golf sits in fourth place out of 19 teams after day one of the three-day, 54-hole Twin Cities Classic on Saturday.

The event continues with 18 holes on Sunday, plus the final 18 on Monday.

The Tommies shot 303 with their first team, and posted a 306 with their second team.

UW-Eau Claire (293), Gustavus (294), Concordia-Moorhead (302), St. Thomas No. 1 and St. John's (303), and St. Thomas No. 2 (306) hold the first six teams spots.

Ben Frazzini is tied for fifth out of 102 players after shooting even-par 72. Jack Nasby shot 74, Emmet Herb shot 76 and Ben Kisla shot 81.

Leading St. Thomas' second team were Matthew Raab (72), Miles McCarthy (77) and Sam Tollette (77).