Henryville, Ind. - The Youngstown State men's golf team concluded play in the Fuzzy Zoeller Intercollegiate at Champions Pointe Golf Club on Sunday. YSU finished 11th with a three-round total of 895 (296-295-304) after battling wet, rainy conditions for most of the weekend.
Play was suspended due to weather after the first round on Saturday, but the teams were able to finish the final 36 holes on Sunday.
Sophomore Kevin Scherr paced the Penguins, finishing tied for 12th with a career-best, three-round 213 (71-70-72). His mark of 213 tied for the seventh-best, 54-hole performance in school history. Scherr's second-round 70, which featured 14 pars and three birdies, was the lowest of his career.
C.J. Hughes finished in tie for 27th after turning in a total of 219 (72-67-80). The sophomore's second-round 67, which included 13 pars and five birdies, tied for the fifth-lowest round in school history and is the lowest round for any member of the team this season. It also tied for the second-lowest round of the event and marked the first time since 2015 that a member of the program shot 67.
Playing as an individual, sophomore Justin Stark carded the two lowest rounds of his career with a 74 and a 76 in the first two rounds respectively. Stark posted an 82 in the final round to finish with a total of 232. Sophomore Ken Keller concluded the event with a 237 (80-79-78).
The Penguins will face a quick turnaround as they travel directly to Huntington, W. Va. for the Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational at Guyan Golf and Country Club on Monday and Tuesday.