Nebraska Wesleyan held the lead after day one, but couldn't hold on Saturday (Apr. 3) on the second day of the Illinois Wesleyan Invitational at Ironwood Golf Course in Normal, Ill. The Prairie Wolves finished third in the 23 team field with a team score of 618.
Nate Jaeger led Nebraska Wesleyan with a two-day score of 150 (75-75) to place second overall. E.J. Hamilton also was in the top ten for the Prairie Wolves as he shot a 154 (78-76) to tie for eighth place.
Geoff Oliphant was just one shot back with a 155 (78-77) to tie for 16th place. Patrick Hanzel shot a 159 (81-78) to tie for 33rd to round out the NWU scoring. Cooper Domgard was the fifth NWU player and he shot a 163 (82-81) to tie for 54th.
Nebraska Wesleyan shot an opening day score of 312 to lead by three strokes after Friday's action. The host school Illinois Wesleyan came back with a 297 on Saturday to finish at 612 to take the team title. Rhodes College was third at 616.
This was the opening tournament of the spring season for the Prairie Wolves men's golf team.