Nebraska Wesleyan continued its solid play during the fall season as they tied for second place in the team standings at the three-day Twin Cities Classic played Sept. 29-Oct. 1 in Elk River, Minnesota at three different courses. The Prairie Wolves had a three-day total of 889 to tie St. Thomas University for second place.
The host school, Gustavus Adolphus College, won the team race by 10 strokes with a score of 879.
Rory Doll was the top NWU golfer as he finished in a tie at the top of the leaderboard. Doll and Trevor Gervais from Gustavus Adolphus both shot 215 (-1). Due to the tournament running late, a playoff was not held to break the tie. After trailing by one stroke heading into the final round, Doll came back with an even par 72 to tie at the top. He finished the tournament with rounds of 70-73-72.
Sophomore Drew Taylor was leading the tournament after two rounds, but fell to sixth place after shooting 76 on Monday. Taylor had a 3-under par 69 on Sunday at The Links course to sit in the overall lead. Alec Raabe continued his steady play by tying for 15th place with rounds of 75-75-76. The fourth NWU golfer was Logan Palmer who tied for 29th with a 230 (78-76-78). Zach Peed also participated for the Prairie Wolves and finished with a total of 250.