|Local Collegiate Teams Look to begin the Spring Season|
Coming off of an outstanding performance in the fall, the Wright State Raiders finished 2nd place, 1st place, 1st place, 1st place, and 1st place respectively in their 5 tournaments rounding out the 2021 season. Additionally, the team had four separate individuals win medalist honors. Tyler Goecke won the Joe Feaganes Marshall Invite, Mikkel Mathiesen won the Valpo Fall Invite, Cole Corder won the Earl Yestingsmeier Invite, and Bryce Haney won the Dayton Flyer Invitational. These Raiders look to continue this momentum into the spring where they begin at The Invitational at Savannah Harbor on February 19th and 20th.
Following a tough finish to the fall season for the Dayton Flyers, the men's team is back in action Monday, February 7th at The Earl Yestingsmeier MAC Match Play at Lake Jovita Country Club in Dade City, FL. With 7 tournaments scheduled this spring, the Flyers look to regain momentum heading into the Atlantic-10 tournament in late April. The Flyers women's team, led by first-year head coach Ali Green, make their first appearance of the spring on March 14th & 15th as they head to the Peggy Kirk Bell Memorial Invitational in Orlando, FL. The lady Flyers finished 3rd at the Oakland Golden Grizzly Invitational this fall.
Also coming off of some success in the fall, the Wittenberg tigers look to make their first appearance of the spring on April 3rd and 4th at The Hershey Cup in Hershey, PA. The tigers collected two team victories this past fall at The Belterra Intercollegiate and The Wittenberg Classic hosted at Springfield Country Club. The lady tigers will begin their spring season on March 19th and 20th at the Marrietta Women's Golf Invite at Lakeside Golf Club in Beverly, OH.
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets men's team is coming off of a 2nd place finish at the NCCAA Championship in October hosted at Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast, FL to round out their 2021 season. They will begin this year on March 14th and 15th at The Hillsdale Bell Collegiate in Southern Pines, North Carolina.