Golfers Fall to 11th on Final Day of O’Briant-Jensen Memorial

GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Bridgewater Eagles golf team struggled on the final day to finish in 11th place at the O'Briant-Jensen Memorial, hosted by Guilford College at the Cardinal Golf and Country Club.

Senior Travis Gahman led the Eagles on the final day, carding a 10-over, 80, to finish in a tie for 49th on the individual leaderboard. Gahman was the lone Eagle to improve on his day one score.

Junior Tod Foshee turned in an 11-over, 81, to finish in a tie for 31st overall, while freshman Scott Wakely struggled on the final day with a 14-over, 84, to round out the weekend in a tie for 28th.

Senior John Phillips was the final scorer for the Eagles and carded a final-round, 18-over, 88, to wrap up the tournament in a tie for 78th.

Senior Mike Reuschling also competed for the Eagles and carded a final-round, 95, to finish in 85th place.

Guilford's Noah Ratner held on after shooting a final-round, 76, to claim the individual title. Ratner paced the Quakers to the team title as well as the squad edged out crosstown rival Greensboro by a mere two strokes. Methodist, LaGrange and Averett rounded out the top five on the team leaderboard.

The tournament wraps up the fall slate for the Eagles. Bridgewater will be back in action in the Spring when it travels to Pinehurst, N.C. on February 27 for the Pine Needles Invitational.