October 2, 2022

The Wittenberg Men’s Golf Team’s trip to Pennsylvania proved to be worthwhile, finishing the late weekend in first place as a team.
The Tigers took on many of the other North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) teams on Sunday and Monday, and proved to bounce back from their previous invitational performance.
Sophomore Colin Laszlo, a Hawaii native, proved to be the top competitor at the Guy W. Kuhn Memorial Invitational hosted by Allegheny. Laszlo shot two rounds for a score of 143 for the weekend. His score was the best on the course,placing first in the tournament individually.
“It was very exciting to both see the course that will be hosting the NCAC’s while also having a great second round as a team to win the tournament,” said Mark Wright,
senior member of the golf team. “It was also really great seeing Colin get his first collegiate win!”
Laszlo opened his weekend with a tournament-low of two under par. For his performance, Laszlo recieved the honor of Golfer of the Week, given by the NCAC.
Seniors Sam Stillwell and Garrett Brickley, along with Laszlo, finished in the top three for the tournament. Stillwell and Brickley saw improvement from the last course, shooting two and three over par, respectively.
The Tiger trio, with the help of the rest of the team, wrapped up the invitational at the Country Club of Meadville in first place, 14 strokes better than second place Carnegie Mellon.
The Wittenberg Men’s Golf team will head to Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida for the NCAA Division III Preview on Sunday to play on the national tournament courses in a three-day invitational

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