Nebraska Wesleyan shot a three-round total of 915 to finish in second place as a team at the two day UNK Men's Golf Invitational that was played Sept. 19-20 at Awarii Dunes Golf Course just south of Kearney, Neb.
The host school, Nebraska-Kearney was the team champion with a total of 889 to defeat the Prairie Wolves by 26 strokes. NWU edged out Nebraska-Omaha by four strokes for second place.
The teams played 36 holes on Monday and finished the tournament with 18 holes on Tuesday.
Two freshmen led the way again for Nebraska Wesleyan as they both had top 10 finishes. Logan Palmer tied for fifth overall with a score of 227. He shot a 1-over 73 in the opening round then finished with back-to-back 77's. Fellow freshman Drew Taylor was just one stroke back with a total of 228. Taylor fired rounds of 75-78-75.
Zach Peed and Rory Doll also finished in the top 20 individually to round out the Prairie Wolves scoring. Peed tied for 13th with a 232 (75-80-77), while Doll was 17th one stroke behind at 233 (72-82-78).
Beau Brown fell back to a tie for 24th as the fifth NWU golfer with his round of 86 on Tuesday He had rounds of 76-77 on Monday.
Mike Shukis from Nebraska-Omaha was the individual medalist with a score of 219.