DURHAM, N.C. - Junior Connor Flach shot a 2-over 74 through the final round of the Rod Myers Invitational at the Duke University Golf Club Sunday to finish the tournament in fourth place and lead the Loyola University Maryland golf team to a seventh-place finish overall.
With a three-round score of 3-under 213, Flach finished five shots back from Wake Forest's individual medalist Will Zalatoris (208, -8) and two shots out of third place. Duke's Adam Wood finished second at 7-under 209 and Liberty's Isaiah Logue was third (211, -5).
As a team, Loyola was narrowly edged out of fifth by Kansas (883, +19) and Liberty (884, +20), as the Greyhounds combined for a score of 21-over 885. Wake Forest claimed the team title with a 2-under 862 and the host Blue Devils were second at 1-under 863. Penn State took third with an 11-over 875, followed by East Carolina (879, +15).
Following Loyola, Kansas State checked in eighth at 25-over 889, followed by Maryland (893, +29), UNC-Wilmington (894, +30), UNC-Greensboro (895, +31), Notre Dame (911, +47), Tulsa (927, +63) and Davidson College (931, +67), respectively.
Morgan Egloff just missed finishing among the top 25 in his first collegiate competition, as he shot a three-round score of 6-over 222 to finish tied for 26th. He shot a 5-over 77 through the final round.
Junior Ethan Wall carded a 3-over 75 today to move into a tie for 31st place with a score of 8-over 224.
Sophomore Jeremy Wall and Bennett Wisner rounded out the Greyhounds competing, with Wall finishing tied for 51st and Wisner tied for 69th. Wall shot a 7-over 79 today to finish at 14-over 230 and Wisner carded an 86 today for a three-round score of 22-over 238.
The Greyhounds will next travel to South Bend, Indiana, for Notre Dame's Fighting Irish Classic Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 21-22.