Weather forced the three-day Gustavus Adolphus Twin Cities Classic to just one day of competition on Sunday (Oct. 11) and the Nebraska Wesleyan men finished in a tie for sixth place with a team score of 296 at the Links at North Fork in Ramsey, Minn.
Senior E.J. Hamilton finished in a tie for first place to lead the Prairie Wolves. Hamilton shot a 2-under par 70 to tie with nine other players. The field was made up of 26 teams and 120 individual players.
Patrick Hanzel from NWU also placed in the top 20 as he shot a 73 to tie for 17th. Nate Jaeger was just one stroke back at 74 to tie for 20th. Rounding out the NWU lineup was Kyle Jaacks and Geoff Oliphant who both shot 79.
St. John's University won the team title with a team score of 289 (+1).
This concludes the fall season for the NWU men's golf team.