Burris Leads Tigers to Tie for Fourth at Transylvania Invitational

Burris Leads Tigers to Tie for Fourth at Transylvania Invitational

Lexington, Ky. - After an opening-round 307, DePauw rebounded with scores of 286 and 297 for an 890 total and a tie for fourth at the Transylvania Fall Invitational. Wittenberg won with an 870 followed by Greensboro (877) and Piedmont (882). The Tigers were tied with Kenyon and Sewanee in the three-round tournament at the University Club of Kentucky.

Nick Burris earned a spot on the all-tournament team with a tie for fifth at 218 including a 68 in the second round which equaled the best individual round of the tournament. The 68 was also his collegiate low round. Burris followed with a 74 in the final round and finished the tournament with 12 birdies. 

In his first collegiate tournament, Caleb Bopp shot a 223 (77-72-74) to tie for 16th with Luis Esteban following with a 224 (75-74-75). Each carded eight birdies over the 54 holes.

Jason Miller finished in a tie for 26th at 225 (79-72-74), while Danny Paris shot a 243 (82-81-80) to tie for 78th. Playing as an individual, Marcus Tan shot a 230 (77-76-77) to tie for 51st.

Piedmont's Matthew Leemann was the medalist with a 212.

DePauw returns to action September 7-8 when it competes in Franklin College's Dr. Richard Park Invite at Hillview C.C. in Franklin.