Ohio State men's golf falls short of advancing to NCAA championships

Staff reports

The Ohio State men's golf team shot an even-par 288 on the final day of the NCAA regional tournament in Tallahassee, Florida, falling two strokes shy of a spot in the NCAA championships.

The Buckeyes finished the three-day event at 7 under par, two behind fifth-place TCU. Florida State won the regional at 34 under, followed by Georgia at 17 under, Georgia Tech at 16 under, Liberty at 15 under. TCU shot a 6-under 282 on Wednesday to finish at 9 under and surpass the Buckeyes for the final spot.

The top five teams advance to the NCAA championships, to be held May 28-June 2 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Maxwell Moldovan was the low OSU player Wednesday with a 71. He was followed by Jackson Chandler and Elis Svard at 72, Adam Wallin at 73 and Felix Kvarnstrom at 78.