SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. – Earlham's Nate Mynatt backed up Saturday's 77 with a four-over 76 in Sunday's final round of the Heritage Hill Collegiate men's golf tournament, finishing the tournament with a nine-over 153 to finish tied for 34th on the individual leaderboard.
As a team, Earlham College finished 10th with a 36-hole score of 646, after carding a 321 in Sunday's round.
Indian Hill Community College won the tournament with a 558 (-18), while Indiana Tech shot a 574 (-2) over the two round event on the par 72, 6,625-yard Heritage Hill Golf Club course.
Garrett Schuler finished second among Quaker golfers and was tied for 49th overall after firing an 80 in Sunday's round. He posted a 162 for the tournament, just two shots ahead of Graham Sherard. Sherard carded a second-round 81, two strokes better than his Saturday score, and was tied for 52nd on the leaderboard.
Earlham men's golf will be back on the course on Saturday, March 24, and Sunday, March 25, when it competes in the Mount St. Joseph Invitational.
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