PRIMM, Nev. -- The South Dakota State men's golf team finished in eighth place and compiled a team 54-hole score of 874 (291-292-291) as it concluded play in the Jackrabbit Invitational Tuesday afternoon at the Primm Valley Golf Club Desert Course.
The Jackrabbits' 54-hole score is the fourth best in school history, while their 36-hole score of 583 is the fifth best in school history.
Hudson Carpenter led the Jackrabbit men with a score of 214 (73-71-70) finishing tied for 18th, while his 54-hole score of 214 is tied for the seventh best in school history. David Smith and Lukas Davison finished tied for 30th after recording a 219 (74-72-73) (73-72-74) respectively. Greg Fehrman registered a 224 (73-77-74) and finished tied for 52nd. Noland Meyer finished tied for 68th after tallying a 229 (72-79-78).
Kyle Cooper, Brian Wynia and Matthew Erickson all competed as individuals. Cooper carded a 219 (72-70-77) and finished tied for 30th. Cooper's 36-hole score of 142 is tied for the eighth best in school history. Wynia recorded a 220 (73-76-71) and finished tied for 39th. Erickson tied for 71st and shot a 233 (82-75-76).
Missouri won the team title by one stroke over Idaho, 827-828. UMKC took third in the 14-team field with a three-round total of 846. Jace Long of Missouri took medalist honors with a score of 199 (63-69-67.).
The Jackrabbit men resume spring action March 28 at the Beu/Mussato Invitational in Macomb, Ill.