BATTLE CREEK, Mich. – The Calvin men's golf team posted a fourth place team score of 298 at the second MIAA Jamboree of the year and remain in fourth place in the overall team standings.
Tuesday's MIAA Jamboree was hosted by Olivet at the Bedford Valley Country Club.
Calvin finished just three strokes behind Hope on Tuesday as the Flying Dutchmen took first at 295 while Kalamazoo was second at 296 and Trine third at 297.
With four league rounds left to play, Calvin sits nine strokes back of league-leading Hope but just three strokes behind third place Trine and four strokes back of second place Kalamazoo.
Junior John Van Noord (Troy. Mich./Oakland Christian HS) was Calvin's leading man on Tuesday, firing a round of 72 that was good for fourth place individually.
Junior Ben VanScoyk (Grand Rapids, Mich./Grand Rapids Christian HS) and sophomore Sam Kuiper (Grand Rapids, Mich./Grand Rapids Christian HS) tied for ninth place individually with rounds of 75 while freshman Josh Song (Diamond Bar, Ca./Diamond Bar HS) was close behind with a round of 76.
Junior Matthew Lumbantoruan (Jakarta, Indonesia/Morningstar Academy) had a round of 78 to complete Calvin's top five.
Todd Mieske of Trine claimed medalist honors on Tuesday with a round of 67.
Calvin is back in action this Friday and Saturday when it competes at the Irish Hills Invite at the Jackson Golf Club. Tee times on Friday are set to begin at noon with Saturday competition slated to start at noon.