By: Chad Smith
Player ResultsMUNCIE, Ind. – The Ball State men’s golf team wrapped up the final round of the Earl Yestingsmeier on Saturday at the Delaware Country Club. Kash Bellar led the Cardinals with a 207 (-3) and tied for fourth as BSU finished in seventh.
In the final round, Bellar notched three birdies on his way to a 73 (+4). He produced a three-round total of 207 (-3) as he tied for fourth. He tallied 13 birdies, which were a team high, and added an eagle. He played as an individual and his score did not count for the team score.
Joey Ranieri posted a final-round mark of 76 (+6) with one birdie on the day. He finished the tournament with 209 (-1) and tied for seventh. He compiled seven birdies and an eagle across the three rounds.
Ali Khan notched two birdies in the final round and posted a mark of 73 (+3). He recorded a three-round score of 215 (+5) and tied for 24th. He tallied eight birdies for the tournament.
Evan Bone finished the final round with two birdies and a score of 78 (+8). He produced a three-round score of 220 (+10) and tied for 38th. He collected nine birdies for the tournament.
With a three-round score of 221 (+11), Joey Wiseman tied for 40th. In the final round he picked up two birdies and finished with a round of 77 (+7). He produced eight birdies across the three rounds.
Griffin Hare, who competed as an individual, also tied for 40th with a tally of 221 (+11). In the final round he posted three birdies and finished with a 74 (+4). He posted six birdies for the tournament.
Colin Nasser notched a final round of 76 (+6) with two birdies on the day. He picked up a three-round mark of 224 (+14) and tied for 47th. He finished the tournament with six birdies.
Carson Orr finished the tournament tied for 70th with a combined effort of 232 (+22). He notched four birdies in the final round and posted a score of 75 (+5). He tallied seven birdies for the tournament.
Drew Todd posted a final-round score of 74 (+4) and tallied four birdies. He produced a three-round mark of 233 (+23) and tied for 72nd. He finished the tournament with seven birdies.
The Cardinals return to action on Monday, Oct. 4, for The Paintbrush Invitational hosted by Denver. The invite will be played at the Colorado Golf Club.
From the Coach – Head Coach Mike Fleck
“Delaware Country Club did an outstanding job on every level hosting a first-class event. As fun and as exciting as it was to chase the low numbers and follow those scores yesterday, today was frustrating. We did not finish the way we want. In general, we must continue to have a growth mindset. We need to get the young guys going and get some of our veterans leading a little better. Hopefully, we get things in place and get ready to go before we head to Denver in a couple of weeks.”
1. Wright State – 818 (-22)
2. Bowling Green – 856 (+16)
3. Taylor – 857 (+17)
T4. Purdue Fort Wayne – 858 (+18)
T4. Oakland – 858 (+18)
6. Loyola-Chicago – 861 (+21)
7. Ball State – 863 (+23)
8. Eastern Kentucky – 864 (+24)
9. Morehead State – 866 (+26)
10. Ohio – 867 (+27)
11. Butler – 876 (+36)
12. IUPUI – 888 (+48)
13. Northern Kentucky – 895 (+55)