FORT MADISON — The William Penn men’s golf team dominated en route to its second crown of the spring as it won the Iowa Wesleyan Classic Monday.
The Statesmen bested the 11-team field with a 294 at the par-72 Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course. Waldorf was a distant second at 309.
Frederik Lundsgaard paced the winning squad with a three-under 69 to take the medalist award.
Fellow freshman Gareth Sargent was the only under player under par at one-under 71 to finish second in the 63-player event.
Tyler Lallier was sixth at 75 and Spencer Skipper tied for 15th at 79. William Penn could have possibly scored even lower but its fifth player Brandon Dizon withdrew from competition during his round.
The Statesmen’s second and third teams were also on the course Monday, tying each other for fourth place at 316. Clay Tucker was the low scorer for the ‘B’ team at 76, while Cade Hartman was low for the ‘C’ group, also at 76; they tied for seventh.
Ben Roberts finished in the top 10 as well, tying for 10th at 78, while Jeremy White matched Skipper at 79.
Justin Bothma tied for 18th at 80, while the trio of Peter Frederiksen, Charlie Hayes and Kyle Hashimoto all tied for 21st at 81. Ethan Powers (T-39th, 86) and Jeremy Swink (T-49th, 89) played for team scores as well.
Three individuals also swung the sticks Monday with Byron Lindeque and his 83 tying for 32nd place. Rory Schafer tied for 36th (85) and Terence Schafer tied for 44th (87).
William Penn is off until next Wednesday and Thursday when it travels to Lawrence, Kan., to compete in the Baker Invitational. Play will be contested at Alvamar Golf Course.