HARRISON, Ohio – Franklin College sophomore Jackson Williams put an emphatic stamp on his final event of the fall, taking medalist honors at Mount St. Joseph's Stateline Shootout at Miami Whitewater Forest Golf Course.
Williams tied with Berea's Kevin Kim for first overall after two rounds with a 145 (70-75), before winning a playoff to claim his second career first place finish and lead Franklin to fourth place overall. The Greenwood, Ind.-native's day one 70 was the low event of the tournament as Williams picked up his first event win since Oct. 2, 2016 at the Wabash Invitational.
Williams was one of two Grizzlies to crack the top-10 over the weekend. Senior Spencer Portish earned a seventh place finish with a 178 (73-75), his lowest two-round total of the fall that led to his best finish of the season.
Junior and Franklin-native Jacob Hash earned a share of 27th place with a 161 (83-78). Robert Turner rounded out the top four with a 165 (85-81) and share of 38th place overall.
Three Grizzlies competed as individuals over the weekend with senior Kyle Konkle leading all FC individuals with a 160 (81-79) and a tie for 23rd place. Brock Tennyson wasn't far behind, finishing tied for 34th with a 164 (86-78). Kade Edwards rounded out the Franklin lineup with a 171 (82-89) and a tie for 47th overall.
Miami University Hamilton claimed the team championship, winning by five shots over Thomas More with a 598 (295-303).