Rain and cold cut two days out of the MAC championships at Club Walden in Aurora.
Cheves has brought improvement to the men’s golf team in only one year.
Ohio will now head to the MAC Championships.
Ohio improved by ten strokes in the second round to tie for fifth.
Ohio held on to ninth place after a weak third round at the Golden Horseshoe Intercollegiate.
Ohio placed third in the Firestone Invitational.
Bobcat athletics had a busy summer
The Bobcats hired Carter Cheves as their new men's golf coach.
Some former Bobcats that found success during and after their time in Athens.
Three golfers played in the MAC Championships for the first time in their careers, but the team finished last.
The scores on the course are always important, but for Bob Cooley, the results off the course are what he is most proud of as he retires after 30 years as men's golf coach.
Facing its toughest competition of the year, Ohio placed 12th.
After one of the best careers in Ohio history, Peyton White has a professional career that is taking him to different countries to golf.
Ohio was unable to bounce back from its worst collective round of the year at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate.
Ohio traveled to Florida to begin its spring season and finished fifth, winning two of its three matches.
White shot a 221 (+5) for the tournament.
White will play in the West Lafayette Regional, scheduled to be held in Indiana on May 15-17.
Ohio finished eight for the tournament.
Four Bobcat seniors will have their last regular season tournament Saturday and Sunday.