Men's Golf Concludes Action at Crooked Stick Intercollegiate
Spartans finish 13th; Rutledge leads MSU for the third time in the last four events.
Oct. 15, 2013
EAST LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan State men's golf team wrapped up play at the 2013 Crooked Stick Intercollegiate, hosted at Crooked Stick Golf Club, on Tuesday, finishing in 13th-place at 70-over par 934 (308-313-313). For the third time in the last four events, sophomore Mitch Rutledge led the Spartans.
Rutledge finished in a tie for 47th with a 17-over par 233 (79-79-75). He led MSU with seven birdies this week.
Senior Carson Castellani was a shot behind Rutledge, tying for 54th at 18-over par 234 (77-77-80). Freshman Charlie Netzel shot a 21-over par 237 (80-78-79) and tied for 60th. Netzel led the Spartans with 36 pars, which tied for fourth in the field. Junior Jon Finley tied for 66th in his first event in the competitive lineup, carding a 24-over 240 (72-83-85). Freshman Sam Weatherhead tied for 68th at 25-over par 241 (83-79-79).
No. 25 Arkansas came from behind today to take the team title at 11-over par 875, topping a field of six top-50 programs by five strokes. Arkansas' Sebastian Cappelen led wire-to-wire to earn medalist honors at 4-under par 212.
Michigan State concludes the fall schedule on Oct. 27-29 at The Invitational at The Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, S.C.