SALINA — The Fort Hays State men's golf team captured a fifth-place finish at the Kansas Wesleyan Spring Invite on Tuesday, hosted by Kansas Wesleyan at the Salina Country Club, a 6,133, par-70 golf course.
Junior Mac McNish finished the week in a tie for 14th individually posting a total score of 148 (+8) after firing rounds of 77 and 71. Lane Pauls finished second on the squad with a tie for 19th overall after shooting a score of 150 (+10) with identical rounds of 75.
Connor Schultz scored similar rounds of 76 for both days and Seve Sites posted a 71 on Monday while shooting an 81 on Tuesday, both finishing in a tie for 24th individually. Isaiah Grover posted rounds of 76 and 86 for the week.
Park University took home the team title with an aggregate score of 573. Kansas Wesleyan placed second after finish one shot behind (574) and William Penn (577) placed third. Fort Hays State posted team scores of 298 and 303 on their way to a total of 601. Zachary Chegwidden of William Penn captured the individual title with a 3-under par (137) score for the tournament.
The Tigers will have 10 days off before getting back to action when they travel to Pueblo, Colo., for the Southern Colorado Masters on April 9 to 10.