Bowman scores lowest ever of any Centennial golfer at NCAA championships

May 11, 2011

Junior Greg Bowman scored an all-time low of 301 for a Centennial golfer at NCAA championships and finished tied for 36th individually among 81 Div. III golfers who made the cut from the original 205 competing May 8-13 in Greensboro, N.C.

The Centennial Conference championship men’s golf team posted its lowest round of the spring May 11 at NCAA Div. III championships in Greensboro, N.C., with a 299 in the second round to finish with a 36-hole total of 604 finishing 19th and missing the cut by only four strokes.

Bowman finished his 72 holes at the NCAA Division III men's golf championship May 13 with a total score of 301, ignited by a first-round career-low score of 70. Earlier in the week, Bowman followed up his career-low round of 70 with an even-par 72 to post a 142 and make the cut as an individual, leading McDaniel at the 2011 NCAA Division III men's golf championship at Grandover Resort.

Bowman and teammate senior Paul Kovalcheck were named to the Division III PING All-Region team by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

Read stories about the men’s golf team at the NCAA championships.

Read sports information director Luke Stillson’s updates from the NCAA championships.

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