Ryan Peterson (Duluth, Minn./Duluth East) and Joey Cummings (Duluth, Minn./Duluth East) each fired rounds of 1-over-par 72 on the final day of the Saint John’s Spring Invitational.
The final-round scores for the pair were just two strokes above the low for the day among the 91 golfers competing. Only Carson Brock of UW-Eau Claire (70) and Thomas Gutzmer of Saint John’s, Matthew Armstrong of St. Thomas and Tommy Hinker of Gustavus Adolphus (71) were lower.
As a team, the Yellowjackets shot 24-over-par 308 on at the 6,453-yard par-71 course. Peterson and Cummings tied for 12th overall at 6-over par 149 for the tournament, posting four and three birdies in their second rounds, respectively. UWS finished the two-day event at 55-over 627, good for 11th in the 17-team field.
Sam Albrecht (Gilbert, Minn./Eveleth-Gilbert Senior) shot 82 Sunday, tying for 62nd overall at 19-over 156.
St. Thomas won the team title by nine strokes over UW-Eau Claire at 11-over-par 583. Gutzmer claimed medalist honors for the host Johnnies by one stroke over Jacob Pedersen of Gustavus at 2-under 141.
Superior now turns its attention to the UMAC championship at Pebble Creek Golf Course in Becker, Minnesota, beginning tomorrow and running through Saturday.