Nebraska Wesleyan remains in second place after the second GPAC Men's Golf Qualifier was played on Wednesday (Oct. 10) at Green Valley Golf Course in Sioux City, Iowa. The Prairie Wolves shot a 300 at GPAC Qualifier #2 and now have a two round total of 591.
Northwestern College extended their overall lead over the Prairie Wolves to 17 strokes. The Red Raiders led NWU by nine heading into Wednesday's action then shot a 292 to extend their lead. The round of 292 was the lowest of any team, followed by Morningside College at 296 and NWU at 300.
The Red Raiders have a total of 574, which is just 2-over par, to lead NWU who is +19 at 591. The Prairie Wolves hold a narrow one stroke lead over Morningside at 592.
On Wednesday, NWU junior Rory Doll was tied with two other golfers for the low round of the day at even par 72. Doll is now in third place overall with a cumulative score of 144 (+1). Jay Monohan leads the overall race at 142 (-1), with teammate Neil Malenke one stroke back at 143 (even).
Alec Raabe and Hayden Thomson both shot 75 at GPAC #2 with Drew Taylor firing a 78 to round out the scoring for the Prairie Wolves. Logan Palmer was the fifth NWU golfer and shot an 81.
Taylor and Raabe are both just outside the top 10 of the overall individual race. Taylor is in 11th with a 151 (+8), while Raabe is 12 with a 152 (+9). Logan Palmer is tied for 17th with a total of 156 (+13).