Golf Places 14th at Earl Yestingsmeier Invitational
Turner's 215 Ties for 16th Among 90 Individuals
Sept. 18, 2007
MUNCIE, IN -- GW sophomore Cole Turner (Marion, IN) carded a 215 (72-73-70) to tie for 16th place out of 90 individuals in the Earl Yestingsmeier Invitational hosted by Ball State University, Monday and Tuesday, at the par-70, 6,438-yard Delaware Country Club in Muncie, IN. The Indiana native was nine strokes off the pace set by medalist Grant Leaver of Austin Peay. Leaver shot a pair of 68s in the first and second rounds to win the tournament with a four-under-par 206.
Toledo won the event with a team score of 842, five strokes better than second-place Eastern Kentucky (847). GW's team total of 890 was one stroke behind 13th-place IUPUI (889).
GW junior Lewis Sturdy (Keston, England) fired a 217 (72-71-74) to tie for 20th place. Colonials Conor McMahon (Portsmouth, RI) and Tyler Wendelken (Sammamish, WA) tied for 64th place, each shooting 229.
The tournament is named in honor of former Ball State men's golf coach and sports information director Earl Yestingsmeier.
The Colonials next host the Rehoboth Beach Invitational, a 36-hole tournament on Sept. 24, at Kings Creek Country Club in Rehoboth Beach, DE.
GW individual scores (90 total golfers):
Final Team Standings