The Denison men's golf team put the finishing touches on its 2012-13 season by placing sixth at the North Coast Athletic Conference Invitational hosted by Ohio Wesleyan. Combined with last weekend's 36-hole score, that landed the Big Red in seventh-place in this year's NCAC Championship Series standings.
On Sunday at Oakhaven Golf Course, Aaron Klimchuk fired a second-round 76. Combined with his 75 on Saturday, that placed Klimchuk sixth at the tournament and 11th in the series standings, which lands him on the NCAC all-conference squad for the third-straight season.
Another Big Red golfer who put together a strong series was sophomore Jimmy Slovitt. He carded an 81 on Sunday to finish in a tie for 10th in the tournament standings. Overall, Slovitt posted a 72-hole score of 307 (75, 77, 74, 81). That total led all Denison golfers with a ninth-place finish. This is Slovitt's first All-NCAC honor of his young career.
Alex Geanakos turned in a 78 on Sunday to tie with teammate Dylan Francis for 21st place in the tournament. Geanakos posted a four round total of 322 (77, 84, 83, 78) while Francis was right behind at 323 (76, 86, 81, 80).