BURLINGTON, Iowa — The Barton Community College men’s golf team finished 21st at the NJCAA Division-I Men’s National Championship held at Spirit Hollow Golf Course in Burlington, Iowa, this week.
Reaching the national championships for the first time since 2006, the Cougars shot a combined team score of 39 over par 327 on the final day to finish the four-day tournament at 1,311.
Sophomore Jeremie Eloy capped off his Barton career, finishing with a three over par 75 to finish 14th in the individual placings to earn All-American honors.
Eloy made his mark on school history becoming the first men’s golfer to earn the All-American award.
Freshman Landon Fox closed out his solid first season with a five over par 80 to jump 13 places to a tie for 54th.
Alex Hobelmann closed out his Barton career with a 13 over par 85 to move up one spot to finish in a tie for 102nd while fellow sophomore Kyle Hoover carded an 18 over par 90 to finish 110th.
Also shooting a 90 in the final round was freshman Koby Beougher, who finished his national debut in 112th place.
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