CARMEL, Ind. – It was a bit of a light week six in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) men's golf, with four teams in action around the region.
Around the League:
Athlete of the Week:
Jackson Williams (Greenwood, Ind.) Franklin College | Senior – Williams recorded his first win of the fall and the fourth victory of his career at the Centre Fall Invite, firing a three-under 140 to best second place by two shots. He improved his standing by two spots on the final day with a season-low 69 on the final 18 holes of the fall.
- Evan Kujawa (Toledo, Ohio) Bluffton University | Freshman – Kujawa turned in a two-day score of 157 (79, 78) to place 19th in the Mount Vernon invitational, leading the Beavers to a sixth-place finish overall.
- Nate Mynatt (Indianapolis, Ind.) Earlham College | Senior - Mynatt took medalist honors over the weekend at the Wabash Classic, held at the par 70, 6,188-yard Crawfordsville Country Club. Mynatt carded rounds of 70 and 72 on way to a two-over 142, capturing the second tournament victory of his collegiate career. He helped lead Earlham men's golf to a second-place finish in the tournament with a 585 (+25) in the 10-team field.
- Austin Zapp (Union, Ky.) Hanover College | Senior - Zapp posted a strong performance over the weekend helping guide the Panthers to a school record performance at the Centre Fall Invitational. The senior shot a two day total of 142 (70-72). The team's day one 291 strokes tied the schools 18-hole record, before breaking the team's 36-hole record by two strokes. The second place finish was the best among HCAC teams at the event by 11 strokes.