Feb. 11, 2014
Final Results -- Carlton Oaks Invitational
SANTEE, Calif. – Paced by DePaul senior Moritz Ackerhans, the golf team took second place at the Carlton Oaks Invitational on Tuesday. The Blue Demons, who entered the final round in a tie with Nebraska-Omaha for first place, fell one stroke behind in the final round.
Ackerhans started the day in second place and carded his best round of the tournament -- a one-under 71 to hold his position. Ackerhans tied his season-low three-round total of 221 with rounds of 76, 74 and 71.
Ackerhans finished just one shot back from San Diego State’s James Holley, who claimed the individual title with a three-round total of 220. Ackerhans and Holley’s 71 on Tuesday was the lowest round carded by any of the tournament’s 50 participants.
Nebraska-Omaha won the invitational with a team score of 934 and DePaul followed and finished just one shot behind the Mavericks, at 935. Oakland and Bradley tied for third after posting team scores of 947.
Jonathan Hewett capped off his invitational with a six-over 78, which placed him in a tie for 11th. Fellow freshman James Lelliott joined Hewett in the top 20 after he carded an 82. Lelliott’s three-round score of 239 tied him for 19th.
Sophomore Adrian Halimi came into the clubhouse with a final round score of 84 which placed him in a tie for 28th.
Junior Jan Juelicher finished just one stroke behind of Halimi and concluded his day with a score of 85.
Competing as an individual, freshman Paul Tardella recorded an 87 in the final round.
The Blue Demons travel to Hilton Head, S.C. for a head-to-head matchup against Ohio University on Saturday, Feb. 15. Following the matchup, DePaul stays in Hilton Head for the Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate, hosted by Francis Marion University, Feb. 17-18.