The Maryville College golf squad fell five spots in the final round of the Discover Dekalb Emory Invitational on Sunday, as they closed out the tournament with a 12th-place finish.
MC shot a 309 – six shots above their first round – as they closed the first round out in seventh place.
Maryville College's Wil Manuel improved two strokes on the second day, as he finished tied for 29th. His four-over 74 on Sunday gave him a 150 for the tournament.
Huntingdon College produced the top two individuals in the tournament, as Jon Colten Stanaland finished as the individual champion with a three-under 137. Mark Connelly shot a two-under on the second day for the Hawks to earn second place with a one-under 139.
Emory University's Matt Organisak matched Connelly's two-under with a 68 of his own, as he claimed third with an even-par 140.
Emory took the individual crown with a 286-278, 564, as Huntingdon took second with a 285-285, 570. Methodist University took third with a 294-283, 577.
Manuel's 76-74, 150 led the Scots, as Garrett Compliment improved by a trio of shots on the second day. He carded a 78-75, 153, as Tyler Bray tallied a 72-84, 156. Doug Whitten tied Bray with a 77-79, 156, while D.J. Shelton added a 79-81, 160.
That wraps up the regular season for the Scots, as they set their sights on the USA South Athletic Conference Tournament. MC will play April 12-14 on the Highlands Country Club in LaGrange, Ga.