Nebraska Wesleyan improved their team score by six strokes on day two as they captured the team title at the Saint John's Fall Invitational on Sept. 15-16 in Sauk Centre, Minn.
The Prairie Wolves finished with a team score of 592 to defeat both Gustavus Adolphus and St. John's who tied for second at 599. NWU had a 299 on day one to trail Gustavus Adolphus by one stroke, but overcame that deficit and shot the low round of day two at Greystone C.C.
NWU defeated 15 other NCAA Division III teams at the tournament which will improve their overall ranking.
Sophomore All-American Drew Taylor led the Prairie Wolves by tying for second place with a +1 score of 145. Taylor had rounds of 72 and 73 to tie Andrew Oakes from Gustavus Adolphus for second. Josh Grisa from Wisconsin-Stout was the winner with a (-1).
Two other NWU golfers finished in the top 10 as Alec Raabe and Rory Doll both tied for ninth with scores of 148 (+4). Raabe shot 75-73 while Doll was 76-72. Rounding out the NWU scoring was Logan Palmer who fired a 153 (76-77) to tie for 21st. The other NWU golfer was Zach Peed who tied for 27th.