HENDERSON, Nev. (3/2/22) – Turning in a 3-under par round Wednesday, the Arkansas State men’s golf team finished seventh among 15 teams at the Lake Las Vegas Intercollegiate played at Reflection Bay.
A-State moved up a spot with the 3-under par final round to place seventh in the field. The Red Wolves were second among five Sun Belt Conference programs in the field, finishing ahead of Louisiana (+16), Coastal Carolina (+21) and Georgia State (+35). West Virginia won the event at 28-under par 836 with Little Rock second at 17-under par 847. The 15-team field included 10 teams in the top-125 of the latest Golfstat Team Rankings.
Luka Naglic had the low round of the day among A-State players with a 2-under par 70 to place tied for 16th with a total of 214 (-2). Naglic had one of three eagles on the day for the Red Wolves and added five birdies to his card. Playing as an individual, Felix Krammer tied for 21st with his third-consecutive par or better round in the event at even-par 72 to finish at 1-under 215 for the tournament. Jack Madden followed a 3-under par second round with a final round 2-under par 70 and finished tied for 28th with a total of 217 (+1). Christofer Rahm also tied for 28th closing out the event with back-to-back rounds of 1-over par 73. Devyn Pappas tied for 32nd totaling 218 (+2) while Lucas Cena finished tied for 74th at 15-over par 231.
A-State stays out west for the Desert Mountain Collegiate March 5-6 at Desert Mountain Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz. For the latest on A-State men’s golf, follow the team on Twitter (@AStateMGolf), Facebook (/AStateGolf) and Instagram (@astategolf).
Lake Las Vegas Intercollegiate
7 Arkansas State – 292-289-285=866 (+2)
T16 Luka Naglic – 71-75-68=214 (-2)
T21 Felix Karmmer – 72-71-72=215 (-1)
T28 Christofer Rahm – 71-73-73=217 (+1)
T28 Jack Madden – 78-69-70=217 (+1)
T32 Devyn Pappas – 72-72-74=218 (+2)
T74 Lucas Cena – 79-75-77=231 (+15)
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