Senior Andrew DeLaat's 3-over-par 73 marked the runner-up score, and The College of Wooster men's golf team finished third at the rain-shortened six-team Earlham College Spring Invitational over the weekend.
Wooster placed sixty percent of its lineup within the top-10 in the 45-competitor field, with junior Mac Bellovich tying for eighth-place at 76, and classmate Evan Ferrara snagging a spot in the top-10 with a 77.
Sophomore David Roney's 78 held for a spot in the top-15, while first-year Ben Foltz rounded out the lineup with an 18th-place total of 79, which was also logged by junior Evan Jenkins, who was playing as an individual.
Host Earlham won the tournament, which was contested at the par-70, 6,605-yard Richmond Elks Lodge & Country Club in Richmond, Indiana, with a 296, while Franklin College's 302 edged out Wooster's 304.
Next, Wooster's slated to be at Denison University's Ted Barclay Invitational, which is set to be contested April 27-28.