The Hillsdale College golf team finished 17th out of 18 competing teams at the Greyhound Invitational this week, held at the Purgatory Golf Club in Noblesville, Indiana. The three round event was delayed at different points by bad weather, but finished up Tuesday afternoon.
Missouri-St. Louis won the event with a team score of 868. Grand Valley State was second with an 869, followed by the host school, the University of Indianapolis, who had an 871. Hillsdale's score was 923.
Liam Purslowe led the Chargers throughout the three rounds, finishing with a team-best score of 220. He shot 78 in Sunday's first round, but came back to post scores of 70 and 72 Monday and Tuesday to lead the Chargers.
Andy Grayson was second on the team with a score of 232. He had rounds of 78, 75 and 79 in the tournament. Henry Hitt (237) finished one stroke ahead of Ryan Zetwick and Joe Torres, who capped Hillsdale's scoring with identical 238s.