The South Dakota School of Mines competed in the Jamestown College Invitational Sept. 17-18. The tournament was a two-day event held at Jamestown Country Club both days.
The Hardrocker men had a consistent showing both days, carding a team total of 336 on day one for the second lowest mark and then fired a 334 on day two which was the lowest total of the round. SDSMT took a 670 for the tournament.
In the team standings, Mines came in second, just 10 strokes behind Minot State who won the Dakota Athletic Conference event with a 660 (324-336). Jamestown College settled for third with a 672 (332-340) and Dickinson State secured fourth with a 676 (337-339).
Individually, the Hardrockers were well represented in the standings as Brad Schaack, a sophomore from Vermillion, took top honors shooting a two-day score of 160. Schaack carded an 82 on day one followed by a 78 on the second day which was the low round for the tournament.