Senior golfer Nolan Martin is currently ranked 11th in the nation according to the rankings released by Golfweek Sunday night.
Martin opened the spring season last week in the John Burns Intercollegiate tournament in Hawaii with a second place finish, his sixth top 10 finish of the year. Martin compiled rounds of 67, 71 and 64, respectively, to finish with an overall score of 202. This put Martin just one stroke behind tournament champion Spencer Levine of New Mexico.
Martin?s score of 64 in the final round tied the school record for lowest single round score and his three-round total of 202 is a school record. Martin has continued to dominate throughout the year. His per round average of 69.52 is currently on pace to break the school record. With six top 10 finishes this year he is also on his way to breaking the school record of seven, held by Jeff Fujimoto. Martin has finished with scores under 70 in 13 of 21 rounds this year.
Martin was named MWC golfer of the month for October/November and entered the spring season ranked 16th by Golfweek.
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