Men’s Golf Ties for 6th Place at the NCAA DIII Championships

BOULDER CITY, Nevada – The eighth-ranked Generals completed tied for sixth place on the conclusion of the 2024 NCAA DIII Championships on Friday on the Boulder Creek Golf Membership. 

The Blue and White wrapped up the event with a 289-290-285-287–1151 scorecard, one stroke beneath par, and rose up two spots from the eighth place W&L held the final two days of competitors. 

The sixth-place exhibiting is the perfect workforce end for the Generals since taking second in 2018. 

High-ranked Methodist College overtook the workforce title with a complete rating of 1131 (-21), the reigning champions, No. 3 Carnegie Mellon College (1132, -22) dropped to second place and tied for third was No. 4 Oglethorpe and No. 2 Emory, three strokes beneath par.

On Friday, Elias Malakoff and Will Braxton completed one stroke beneath par and jumped 15 positions on the leaderboard to complete tied for 54th. Jonathan McEwen completed even on the fourth spherical and tied for eleventh total. 

Seniors Walker McPhail tied for twenty fourth and Cannon Crane tied for sixtieth place.

Oglethorpe’s Michael O’Sullivan remained on prime of the person leaderboard and completed 12 strokes beneath par with a scorecard of 66-70-71-69–276 (-12).


  • Could 14-17
  • Boulder Creek Golf Membership & The Legacy Gold Membership
  • Boulder Metropolis, Nevada
  • Abstract By Course
    • The Legacy Golf Membership – 7077 –  77.2 Common – 220 rounds
    • Boulder Creek Golf Membership – 7377 yards – 74.37 Common – 412 rounds
  • First Spherical Common Scores
    • The Legacy Golf Membership – 75.61 Common – 101 rounds
    • Boulder Creek Golf Membership – 75.27 Common – 120 rounds
  • Second Spherical Common Scores
    • The Legacy Golf Membership – 78.55 Common – 119 rounds
    • Boulder Creek Golf Membership – 75.31 Common – 100 rounds
  • Third Spherical Common Scores
    • Boulder Creek Golf Membership – 72.84 Common – 96 rounds
  • Fourth Spherical Common Scores
    • Boulder Creek Golf Membership –  73.81 Common – 96 rounds

Jonathan McEwen (65-77-70-72–284, -4)

  • The rookie performed greatest on par 5s, 11 strokes beneath par with a 4.31 common. 
  • McEwen registered 42 pars and 17 birdies over the 4 rounds. 
  • Following the conclusion of the fourth spherical, McEwen was acknowledged as NCAA Division III Phil Mickelson Excellent Freshman Award, First Workforce All-America, and to the GCAA All-Freshman Workforce.
  • The T11 end is the seventh-best in program historical past and 4 strokes beneath par is the perfect rating on the nationwide championships for W&L 

Walker McPhail (72-72-71-73–288, E)

  • The senior completed one stroke beneath on each par 3s (2.94) and par 5s (4.94).
  • Over the 4 days, McPhail tallied a team-high 49 pars and 12 birdies. 

Will Braxton (78-73-72-71–294, +6)

  • The junior recorded 13 birdies and 44 pars. 

Elias Malakoff (78-73-72-71–294, +6)

  • Malakoff carded 16 birdies and 39 pars. 

Cannon Crane (74-74-72-75–295, +7)

  • Crane recorded 48 pars, eight birdies and on eagle. 


  • The Generals carried out their greatest on par5s and completed 16 strokes beneath, a 4.80 common rating on these holes.
  • As a complete, the workforce shot for 66 birdies and 222 pars.
  • The Generals haven’t had a person end par or higher over the course of the NCAA Championships event since Brian Peccie tied for first with a 71-69-69-76–285 (-3) scorecard. 
    • McEwen’s 4 strokes beneath is the perfect rating to par in program historical past and Walker McPhail’s even is the third-best rating to par. 
  • Full outcomes from the event will be discovered right here: GolfStat Scoring


The Generals accomplished the 2023-24 season with this system’s 14th journey to the NCAA Nationwide Championships. 

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