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Men's Golf takes 13th at Knox Invitational

Men's Golf takes 13th at Knox Invitational

Galesburg, Ill. - The Falcons finished the two-round, 36-hole Knox Invitational on Saturday. Concordia Wisconsin placed 13th out of 19 teams and were led by Andrew Otto's tie for 30th.

Soangetaha Country Club (par 72, 6,551 yards)
Team Leaderboard: 13th of 19 (333-331 = 664)
Falcon Individuals: Andrew Otto (82-76 = 158), Kyle Rebholz (81-79 = 160), Nathan Hasenstein (81-90 = 171), Jacob Sheehan (89-86 = 175), Ryan Senkbeil (96-94 = 190)

- Concordia Wisconsin improved two shots from its opening round of 333 with a 331 team score and a 664 total at Soangetaha Country Club to place 13th overall.
- Otto (freshman,  Kewaskum, Wis.) finished as the top golfer for the Falcons by posting an 82 on day one and a 76 on day two. Otto cut six strokes to finish with a total of 158 to place tied for 30th.
- Junior Kyle Rebholz (West Bend, Wis.) followed by carding the second lowest score for the Falcons. Rebholz shot a tournament total of 160 (81-79) placing him tied for 38th.
- Junior Nathan Hasenstein (Sheboygan, Wis.) shot a season-low 81 in the opening round of play. 

- Illinois Central College (ICC) won the Knox Invitational by scoring 595 (299-296). ICC was the only team to have both two-day team scores under 300.
- St. Francis' Huston Gass took home medalist honors, as he scored a winning 142 (71-71) collectively over the span of 36 holes. Gass's score was good enough for 2-under par.

The Falcons will travel to Cedar Rapids, Iowa to participate in the Kirswood Community College Classic at Hunters Ridge Golf Club.