The Culver-Stockton College men and women's golf teams each finished second at the A.W. Tillinghast Intercollegiate Invitational at Swope Memorial Golf Course Tuesday afternoon in Kansas City, Mo.
The men's team carded a second day total of 309 to go along with its first round 301 to finish at 34-over 610, nine strokes behind the team winner Lindenwood-Belleville, which shot 601 (291-310). The 310 by the Wildcats was the lowest round of the day by any team.
Meanwhile, the women's team shot the lowest round of the day in the women's competition, shooting 360 to finish at 160-over 736, 12 strokes behind the Jamestown (N.D.). The Wildcats improved their total by 16 strokes on day two after carding a 376 on day one.
Keller carded a three-over 147 to finish second to Lindenwood's Erik Jonasson, who finished at even par 144. Clark rebounded from an 86 in the first round to card a seven-over 79 on the second day and finish in third place with a two-day score of 21-over 165, six strokes behind medalist Annie Nelson of Jamestown.
Haley Barraza registered her best finish of the spring, carding a 44-over 188 (95-93) to earn herself a 10th place finish. Layne Ray shot 47-over 191 to finish in a tied for 13th place, while Tara Bradley carded a 48-over 192 to finish in a tie for 16th place.
Among the men, Hunter Baggett narrowly missed out on a top 10 finish, ending with a 9-over 153 to finish in a tie for 11th place. Zach Kuhlman and Jon Roberson each recorded 11-over 155 scores to tie for 17th place, while Chace Burrus finished 43rd overall with a 165.
The Wildcat men return to action April 15-16 at the Beu/Mussato Golf Tournament at Western Illinois University in Macomb, Ill. The women's team isn't scheduled to play again until May 2-3 at the Heart of America Athletic Conference championships in Nebraska City, Neb.