Crusaders Earn 2nd; Hamm Tied 3rd and on All-Tournament Team at John Bohmann Memorial Invitational

Crusaders Earn 2nd; Hamm Tied 3rd and on All-Tournament Team at John Bohmann Memorial Invitational

SEGUIN, Texas – The University of Dallas men's golf team captured second place at the John Bohmann Memorial Invitational after totaling an 865 (-13) over three rounds on the Starcke Park Municipal Course. Dallas scored a 288 in the final 18 holes played on Tuesday, led by Robby Evans (Flower Mound, Texas) with a 70 for his best round of the tournament.

Erik Hamm (Brentwood, Tenn.) paced the Crusaders overall with a 214 and tied McMurry's Brendon Lowrance for third with a 214 (+1). Hamm scored a 73 in the third round to match his previous round total after starting the tournament with a career-low 68. Hamm finished in a four-way tie for total Pars (39).

Trey Schneider (Mooresville, N.C.) was a stroke off his personal-best in the second round on Monday with a 72. His second lowest score of the round lifted him to the second-best UD overall place in a tie for 13th, as he logged a personal-low 219 in just his third career tournament (2nd that was three rounds). He was also tied with Emilio Montalvo (Mexico City, Mexico) for leading the Crusaders in Birdies with nine.

Jacob Wade (Magnolia, Texas) matched Hamm with a 73 for his lowest score of the round. Evans carded a 222 and Wade was a 226. Montalvo finished the quintet up with a 227.

McMurry University maintained its tournament lead at the end of each round and used the lowest score of the day, 283, to win the competition with an 853 (+1). Trinity University rounded out the top three teams with an 872 (+20), as it carded a 292, 293, 287 over the 54 holes. Other Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) schools participating included: Southwestern University (4th), host Texas Lutheran University (T-6th), and Centenary College.

Daniel Nunez from Trinity University won the individual title with a 210 (-3) after posting a 70, 71, and 69 over the respective rounds. Lane Roye from McMurry followed a stroke behind with a 211 (70, 69, 72).

Individual Standings

The Crusaders improved to second as a team at the John Bohmann Memorial Invitational, after claiming fourth the last two seasons. Dallas was unable to break its own Low Round record a third straight fall season opener at Starcke Park Municipal Course, as the 280 from September 11, 2018 maintained the low-mark.


Dallas has a quick turnaround at the end of this weekend with the Rockwind Links Intercollegiate at Hobbs, New Mexico, hosted by McMurry University on September 15-16.