Ohio State Takes Second at Northwestern Spring Invitational
April 16, 2013
GLENVIEW, Ill. - The Ohio State men's golf team finished the final day of the Northwestern Spring Invitational Tuesday in second with a final round score of 283. The Buckeyes tallied a 54-hole score of 8-under 856 on the par 72, 7,149-yard Glen Club, marking a new team low this spring season.
Northwestern took home the team and individual titles with a team score of 20-under 844, while Jack Perry finished with a 16-under 200.
Sophomores Boo Timko and Grant Weaver each notched career-best finishes, coming in second and third, respectively. Timko, a Girard, Ohio, product, carded a season low 8-under 208 (71-70-67), having four birdies and one eagle on the day to offset one bogie. Weaver, of Wooster, Ohio, tied a career low score with a 6-under 210 (73-69-68) and totaled a team-best 13 birdies over three rounds.
Freshman Tee-k Kelly improved from day one, carding a 1-under 71 in the final round. The Wheaton, Ill., native, finished tied for 12th with a 5-over 221. Classmate Max Rosenthal also finished tied for 12th after rounds of 71-73-77. Freshman Michael Bernard totaled a score of 11-over 227 to come in tied for 41st.
The Buckeyes travel to the Big Ten Championships April 26-28 held in French Lick, Ind., at the French Lick Resort.
Northwestern Spring Invitational - Day Two
Ohio State Standings
2. Boo Timko - 71-70-67 - 208 (-8)
3. Grant Weaver - 73-69-68 - 210 (-6)
T12. Max Rosenthal - 71-73-77 - 221 (+5)
T12. Tee-k Kelly - 76-74-71 - 221 (+5)
T22. Matt Turner (I) - 76-75-71 - 222 (+6)
T41. Michael Bernard - 73-73-81 - 227 (+11)
68. Logan Jones (I) - 79-81-77 - 237 (+21)