Matthew Moseley of the Michigan State men’s golf team, finished his season yesterday as he tied for 22nd place at the NCAA Columbus Regional Tournament. He finished the three day event with a total score of eight over par 221. He shot three over 74 in the first two runs, and two over on Saturday in the final round.
"I am so proud of Matthew and the season he had," said Spartan head coach Casey Lubahn. "He absolutely played as hard as he could this week. He played well, just didn't score well enough to advance. He will have a bright future and is a great Spartan. I look forward to watching his progress over the coming years."
After starting out with two straight bogeys in the final round, Moseley picked it up with a birdie on the par five twelve. He finished his first nine at four over par, but then came back with a two under finish with three birdies.
Moseley had the best finish in a NCAA Regional for a Spartan since 2010 when Jack Newman finished in 11th place. This was also his ninth top 25 finish this season. Moseley finished the season with a stroke average of 73.92, while his career average is a steady 74.84, which puts him at seventh in school history.Tags: Casey Lubahn, golf, Matthew Moseley, Michigan State, Michigan State Spartans, MSU, NCAA