GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Hanover men's golf team wrapped up play at the O'Briant-Jensen Memorial, hosted by Guilford (N.C.), Tuesday afternoon.
The Panthers sent four golfers, all as individuals, to compete in the 114-person field. Leading the way for HC was sophomore Addy Allyn (Culver, Ind.).
Allyn, who was competing for just the second time this fall, set a new season low in the opening round, posting a score of 77. The sophomore finished with an 85 Tuesday, totaling 162 strokes over the two-day event, tying for 89th overall. Allyn was one of three Panthers to log one birdie, as he also led the team with 21 pars.
Freshman Charlie Bullerdick (New Market, Ind.) recorded his lone birdie Tuesday, en route to a score of 80. Bullerdick's second round score was an 11-stroke improvement from Monday, as he finished with 171 strokes, to tie for 105th place.
Rounding out the scoring for HC were freshmen Jake Jones (Oregonia, Ohio) and Case Carter (Austin, Ind.). Jones posted a new career low, 36-hole score of 174 (84-90), while Carter finished with a two-round total of 191 (100-91).
No. 6 Methodist (N.C.) won the team tournament, besting the field of 20 teams, including eight inside the top 40 national rankings, with a score of 580 (290-290). Huntingdon's (Ala.) Mark Connelly fired a two-day score of 139 (68-71) to win medalist honors.
Hanover has now concluded play for the 2017 fall season and will return to action in the spring, where they will begin preparations for the HCAC Championship.
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