AURORA, Ill. - Marian University men's golf improved by 17 strokes at the final round of the NACC Championship shooting a 321 to finish in fourth place.
The Sabres closed out the NACC Championship with a 1,295 over the four rounds with their fourth round being the second-lowest round. The lowest round for the Sabres came in the second round where they shot a 314.
Aurora earned the team title behind a final round score of 299, the only round in the entire championship that was under 300. Sam Schlosser of Concordia Wisconsin shot a final round 71 to finish 11-over par and take home the individual title.
Jake Sherwood and Maxwell Dye each shot a final round score of 81 and narrowly missed a spot on the All-NACC squad. Sherwood took home a 12th place finish with a 317, while Dye was one shot behind him in 13th with a 318. Caleb Martin had the lowest round of any Sabre with a 76 to close out his championship with a two-round total of 158. AJ Rambaud had a strong showing in the final round improving by seven strokes to finish with an 83 and round out the Marian scoring. Kyle Doyle closed out the Sabre lineup carding a 92, a seven-stroke improvement from his third-round score.
Marian will travel to The Bull in Sheboygan, Wis. Friday, April 27 for the inaugural Marian-Lakeland Ryder Cup rivalry.