May 9, 2017

Men's and women's gold win Horizon League Titles

With its first league title in school history, Cleveland State University’s women’s golf team will play in the NCAA Columbus Regional Championship.

The event will be held on May 8 through 10 at the Scarlet Course at the Ohio State University Golf Club in Columbus, Ohio.

The team will be one of 18 at the Columbus regional (University of Florida, Florida State University, University of South Carolina, University of Arkansas, University of Colorado Boulder, Texas A&M University, Purdue University, Ohio State, University of Michigan, San Jose State University, University of Houston, University of Louisville, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Kentucky, Old Dominion University, University of Delaware and Missouri State University) to compete in the NCAA regional.

Cleveland State will be the 18th seed in this tournament of 18 teams.

On April 25, Cleveland State, Northern Kentucky University, Youngstown State University and Oakland University traded first place throughout the day at the Horizon League title match at the Mission Inn Resort, but were all within four shots of the lead as they went into the last 18 holes of the tournament.

The team edged out Youngstown State by three shots in the third round. Sophomore Rayana Oosterhuis finished as the runner-up to the tournament champion, freshman Kaylee Neumeister finished in sixth place, freshman Ellie Cronin tied for 11th place, junior Emily Turski tied for 20th place and junior Sophie Kelner tied for 27th place at the Resort.

The men’s team made it to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth straight season after winning its fourth consecutive Horizon League championship from April 23 to 25. Sophomore Anton Krecic earned medalist honors in a playoff against Horizon League Co-Player of the Year Ryan Wenzler of Wright State, securing the team title.

This title was the men’s eighth Horizon League title in 12 seasons. They will advance to the NCAA Regionals. The Regionals will run from May 15 through 17, starting in Auburn, Wash.

Anton Krecic, Patrick Luth and Joey Krecic finished inside the top 10 in the Horizon League title match. Anton Krecic shot 71-75-69, Luth shot 73-76-72 and Joey Krecic shot 76-73-76.


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