For the third straight day, a different combination of players counted toward Tennessee Tech's score as the Golden Eagles wrapped up the 2012 Ohio Valley Conference Men's Golf Championships in eighth place.
Sophomore Mason Griffin fired a three-under 69 Friday and jumped from 23rd all the way to a tie for fourth place after two rounds of the Ohio Valley Conference men's golf tournament at GreyStone Golf Club.
With consistent play from all five players Tuesday, the Tennessee Tech men's golf team was able to share second place in the 10-team Big Blue Intercollegiate, hosted by Tennessee State University at Hermitage Golf Course.
Sophomore Mason Griffin is tied for fourth place individually, helping the Tennessee Tech men's golf team climb into second place following the first two rounds of the 10-team Big Blue Intercollegiate Monday at the Old Hickory Country Club.
Junior Lee Maxwell tied his career-best with a 69 on the finishing round Tuesday, helping the Tennessee Tech men's golf team jump to seventh place in the team standings at Jacksonville State's Grub Mart Intercollegiate.
The Tennessee Tech men's golf team returns to the links Monday to compete in a tournament hosted by Jacksonville State at Silver Lakes Golf Club. Six of the nine teams in the field are Ohio Valley Conference squads.
Greg Kitts and Mason Griffin took turns leading Tennessee Tech Monday during the first two rounds of the Grub Mart Intercollegiate hosted by Jacksonville State. Tech is in ninth place in the team standings with the final round Tuesday.
Tennessee Tech will look to build on momentum from a strong third-place finish at the Grover Page Classic two weeks ago when it returns to action at the North Alabama Spring Classic on Monday and Tuesday in Muscle Shoals, Ala.
Tennessee Tech moved from up from fifth to third place in the final round of the Grover Page Classic Tuesday, righting its ship with a strong finish after struggling in the first tournament of the season a week ago.
With Lee Maxwell setting the pace, the Tennessee Tech men's golf team is in fifth place following two rounds of the Grover Page Classic. Tech is just four shots out of second place heading into Tuesday's final round.
Greg Kitts fired a three-under-par 69 in Monday’s first round at the Hummingbird Intercollegiate, good enough for a spot in fifth place among 93 golfers at Tennessee Tech’s final tournament of the fall season.