PLYMOUTH, Ind. — Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College wrapped a 10th place finish Friday at the NJCAA Division II golf nationals.
Playing at the Swan Lake Resort Black Course, the Stallions had their best day Friday, combining for a 301. ABAC shot 1,242 over the four rounds and +90 overall. They were five shots back of ninth place Meridian Community College (Miss.) and six behind eighth place Murray State College (Okla.). South Mountain Community College (Ariz.) took first place at +15, 19 shots better than runner-up Walters State, Ala.
Leading the Stallions was Adam Park, who finished in a tie for 12th overall after shooting a +3 75 during the final round. Park was +10 overall. Will Bozeman’s +15 put him in a tie for 21st. Bozeman, too, had a good last day, shooting a 74 and +2.
Tyler White’s four day total was +27, Matthew Cheek was at +44 and Hunter Dokey finished at +45.