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Mizzou men’s golf finishes seventh at NCAA Regional


The Mizzou men's golf team finished in seventh place during the California regional of the NCAA Tournament, plus two Tigers recorded top-15 individual finishes.

Charlie Crockett led Mizzou with an even-par 72 on the final day, finishing the tournament with a one-under 215. Crockett placed fourth overall of 77 golfers in California – the sixth-best finish for a Tiger during a regional round in school history.

Freshman Alfons Bondesson ended his strong rookie season with a two-over 74 on Wednesday, carding an overall score of a one-over 217 during the week. Bondesson following up his eighth-place SEC finish by carding the 11-best mark of the week at the NCAA Regional.

Mizzou placed seventh of 13 schools overall, marking the team's best regional finish since placing third on its home course in 2014.

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