Men's Golf

Senior Kyle Mueller ended his career as a Wolverine at the NCAA Championships

Senior Kyle Mueller ended his career as a Wolverine at the NCAA Championships.

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Despite early success, freshman Charlie Pilon and the Michigan men's golf team couldn't get it done and finished sixth at the Big Ten Championships.

The Michigan men's golf team finished eighth out of 17 teams at the Boilermaker Invitational.

By the end of Saturday’s opening rounds, Kyle Mueller had worked his way into a good spot. The senior sat tied for second place — just one stroke off the lead — and would have a chance to make his move come Sunday.

Or so he thought.

The Michigan men's golf team struggled as a whole, but senior Kyle Mueller managed to set a program record.

For senior Kyle Mueller, Mondays are for rewriting the record books. This past Monday, he did just that, shooting an incredible 63 (-7) on day one of the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate.

The Michigan men's golf team battled through injuries to earn a ninth-place result at the Big Ten Championships this weekend.

Over the weekend, Michigan started postseason play at the Big Ten Championship, looking for a better result than its 11th place finish at the last tournament.

The Michigan men's golf team struggled at the Boilermaker Invitational this weekend.

As it turned out, leaving Saturday's results behind them would be easier said than done, as the Wolverines finished tied for 11th among a 15-team field in their season finale.

Baylor’s home course advantage clearly showed, as it finished with an overwhelming 32-stroke lead over second place Houston to win.

Though Michigan ended up shooting an 870 for an impressive third at the tournament, the event did not begin as well as it hoped for.

When the first day of the Inverness Intercollegiate in Toledo, Ohio, wrapped up for the Michigan men’s golf team, the Wolverines weren’t where they wanted to be. After shooting a team score of 592, Michigan found itself in ninth place out of 13 teams.

With the dryer and faster grass that the Michigan men's golf team is used to practicing and competing on in the Midwest, it struggled to settle in when it encountered the unfamiliar conditions.