Sophomore Tyler Lowenstein Paced Minnesota with a tie for 10th Place Finish
Erik Van Rooyen and Tyler Lowenstein are both in the top 10 going into the final round.
The Invite is the Regular Season Finale for Minnesota; Big Tens Begin on April 26
Junior Alex Gaugert Contributed a Career Weekend and Finished Fourth Individually
Junior Alex Gaugert posted a career-best 68 during the second round and is tied for first
Finished his collegiate career with a stroke average of 76.08 appeared in 26 tournaments in his career for a total of 78 rounds recorded a career-low round of 68 and a career-low 54-hole score of 212 at the 2013 U.S. Intercollegiate finished in a tie for fifth place at the 2011 Fighting Irish Classic, the lowest finish of his career.
2011-12 SENIOR SEASON:
Competed in the Gopher lineup for seven of the team's 11 tournaments also played the Snowman Getaway as an individual finished his senior campaign with the lowest stroke average of his career at 74.87 fired a career and season-low round of 68 in the second round of the Snowman Getaway also recorded a career and season-low 54-hole total score of 212 at the U.S. Intercollegiate recorded a pair of top-20 finishes and one top-10 finish his best finish of the season came at the Snowman Getaway where he finished in a tie for sixth place finished in 12th place at the Big Ten Championships with a combined 72-hole score of 296, his best finish in two starts at the championships letterwinner.
2011-12 JUNIOR SEASON:
Appeared in all 10 of the team's tournaments finished the season with a 74.96, second-lowest on the team and lowest in his collegiate career team counted 27 of 31 rounds on the season (.871) recored three top-20 and one top-10 finish, including a tie for fifth card at the Fighting Irish Classic during the fall season earned Co-Big Ten Player of the Week honors after his finish at the Fighting Irish Classic, his first top-10 finish fired a career-low of 3-under par 69 in the final round of the AutoTrader Classic letterwinner.
2010-11 SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Appeared in four tournaments on the season finished with a stroke average of 79.72 fired a season-low round of 1-under 71 in the second round of the Schenkel Invitational best finish came at the LSU Invitational during the spring season.
2009-10 FRESHMAN SEASON:
Saw action in four tournaments in his first collegiate campaign finished 20th at the Gopher Invitational, his highest finish of the season fired a 2-under 70 in the second round.
SUMMER 2009 AMATEUR PLAY:
Tied for fourth place at the 2009 Minnesota State Amateur.
SUMMER 2008 AMATEUR PLAY:
Won Minnesota State Junior Boy's Championship finished in a tie for fifth place at the 2008 MGA Amateur also competed in the 2008 Minnesota State Open played in the U.S. Amateur Section Qualifier but did not advance.
An honor student at Pierz earned a total of seven high school letters, five in golf and two in Basketball earned medalist honors at the 2008 Minnesota State Golf Championship finished runner-up at the 2007 Minnesota State Golf Championship won three Central Minnesota Conference titles named all-state following his junior and senior seasons named to the Central Minnesota All-Conference team following his eighth grade season as well as his freshman, sophomore, junior and senior campaigns holds school records for best finish in a state golf competition (1st) and best 18-hole score (66).
Born November 11, 1989 son of Joe and Sharen Bell has three older siblings, Matt, Katie and Tracy enjoys participating in all sports plans on majoring in Sports Management.
IN THE BAG
52, 56 degrees
Titleist Scotty Cameron
|Year||Tournaments||Rounds||Strokes||Average||- Par||Top 10 Finishes
|Finish:||t-5th||Fighting Irish Classic||9/26-27/11|
|Tournament Score:||212||U.S. Intercollegiate||3/28-30/13|
|Tourn. Score to Par:||-2||Snowman Getaway||2/24-26/13|
National Course: TPC River's Bend (Ohio)
Minnesota Course: The Quarry at Giant's Ridge
Tour Player: Tiger Woods
Fifth Annual Golf Open in the Books
Gopher men's golf and women's hockey teamed up for Monday's tournament at North Oaks GC.
Greve Goes Back-to-Back at State Open
Golden Gophers have won four of the past eight Minnesota State Open Championships.
Former Captain Carothers Wins MGA Amateur
Recent graduate Grady Meyer finished second, with multiple other Gophers in the top 25.