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Golf places 13th

By John Bray

Over the weekend, the Kenyon golf team traveled to Lexington, Ky., where they participated in the highly competitive Transylvania University Fall Invitational.

At the conclusion of the first day, the Lords shot 311 as a team, leaving them only nine shots out of the top five. Alex Blickle ’15 shot a par 72 on the day to lead the Lords.

On the second day, Blickle continued his strong play by shooting a 75, while Jake Fait ’16 shot a 78. However, even with those scores, the team shot 318 for the day and 629 for the tournament, leaving them in 13th place for the Invitational.

Individually, Fait and Blickle each finished within the top 50 ラ at 49th and 11th, respectively.

Head Coach Grant Wallace knew the Invitational would be a test for the team. “I thought it was good for us to see how we match up against teams of that caliber,” he said.

Wallace is optimistic about the Lords’ chances next weekend as they head to Meadville, Pa. for the Allegheny College Fall Invitational.

“We know what we need to work on. I think we’re ready to play now,” he said.

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