Howey-In-The-Hills, Fla. - Freshman Kevin Scherr finished in sixth place to lead the Youngstown State men's golf at the Horizon League Men's Golf Championships at the El Campeon Golf Course.
Scherr had a three-round total of 224 that featured consistent rounds of 73, 75 and 76. In his final round 76, he had 13 pars and five bogeys. On the final nine holes he was two over par. Strong play on the back nine throughout the tournament lifted Scherr to his top-10 finish. In the three rounds he combined to go two-over par on the final nine holes. From No. 8 through 18, he was just one-over par for the event.
Junior Jason McQuown finished with a three-round total of 235 to finish 24th after a final round 77. For his third round, he had birdies at No. 1, No. 14 and No. 16.
Freshman Ken Keller posted a final round score of 77 to end his first tournament appearance on a high note. For his round, he had 12 pars and six bogeys. He pared his final five holes of the round.
Freshman C.J. Hughes finished with a three-day score of 247 following a final round 83 on Tuesday. Hughes' round was highlighted by a birdie on the par-5 10th hole.
Senior Justin Hallapy carded a 248 for the tournament after a final round 86.
In the team standings, YSU finished seventh with a three-round total of 938. The Guins had a score of 313 on Tuesday.