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Men’s Golf Finishes Season at NCAA Regional

Men’s Golf Finishes Season at NCAA Regional

Stanford, Calif. – University of Missouri men’s golf finished the 2023-24 campaign on Wednesday afternoon at the NCAA Regional at Stanford.

Competing in their third-straight NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history, the Tigers carded a final round 286 to finish with an eight-over 848 on the par 70 course. The team’s total of 848 is the third-best score for Mizzou in 17 years competing at the NCAA Regional and its highest since posting an 840 at the 2018 regional in Raleigh.

In their final tournament as collegiate golfers, seniors Charlie Crockett and Jack Lundin led Mizzou during the three-day tournament. Crockett placed 26th at one-under over 54 holes (67-69-73), while Lundin placed 36th at two-over (70-70-72).

Junior Dagbjartur Sigurbrandsson led Mizzou on the final day with an even-par 70. He also carded a team-best four birdies on the day as he finished the tournament at +7 – improving his score in each round at his first appearance at the NCAA Regional (76-71-70).

Freshman Brock Snyder, sophomore Virgilio Paz and junior Trevor Mierl all competed in two rounds over the three days to cap their first season at Mizzou. Snyder followed up his freshman regional record of 66 on Tuesday with a 71 to finish -3, while Paz improved his opening-round score by four strokes with a 73 on Wednesday (77-73). Mierl competed in the first two rounds with a total of 149 (73-76).


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