MONKEY ISLAND, Okla. — The Fort Hays State men's golf team finished sixth at the MIAA Championships (April 22-24), hosted at Shangri-La Country Club. The first round was played as at 7,009 yards, the second round was played at 7,006 yards and the third round was played at 6,788 yards. All rounds were par-72. The Tigers finished the week with rounds of 305, 301 and 310.

Senior Mac McNish claimed a solo 18th finish for the week. McNish carded rounds of 74, 73 and back to 74 in the third round to round out the event at 5-over par (221). McNish carded 12 birdies for the week.

Connor Schultz posted rounds of 76, 71 and 83 on his way to a tie for 34th individually. Schultz posted the only under-par round for a Tiger in the second round of the tournament. Schultz finished the week 14-over par (230) and carded 11 birdies in the championship.

Bryce Cowan also finished in a tie for 34th after firing rounds of 77, 78 and 75. Cowan picked up five birdies throughout the week. Isaiah Grover finished in a tie for 43rd after shooting rounds of 78, 82 and 79. Grover posted nine birdies in the tournament. Pete Carney fired rounds of 84, 79 and 82 with four birdies.

Lindenwood took home the team title with an aggregate score of 21-under par (843), winning the tournament by 12 strokes. Northeastern State placed second after finishing with a total score of 855 and Central Missouri finished third with an 865. Fort Hays State finished the week 52-over par as a team. Markus Lindgren of Lindenwood claimed the individual crown with an 11-under par (205) score for the tournament, narrowly beating out Alexander Hughes of Central Oklahoma by one stroke.