The Lawrence University men’s golf team competed in three events last week, and accumulated decent results in each. Last Saturday, April 17, the team traveled to Beloit to compete at the Beloit Buc Open at the Glen Erin Golf Club. Senior Adam Ferguson led the way with a sevenover 78, which qualified him to tie for fourth place. Ferguson and senior Tom Vyskocil both finished in the top 20, and the team placed sixth overall. On Sunday, the team bussed down to Sussex, Wis. to compete in the Carroll Invitational at the Ironwood Golf Course. Again, Ferguson led the way with a sevenover 79. The competition, however, was stiffer than it had been the day before, and Ferguson’s 79 was only good enough to tie for 13th. The Vikings did better as a team than they had done in Beloit, and they finished in fifth place. Tuesday, the team competed against Ripon College in the Battle at the Bog Golf Course in Saukville, Wis. Ferguson and junior Jon Mays each shot a nine-over 81, as did Ripon’s top finisher, junior Mike Kocher. The battle ended up in a tie with both teams shooting a combined 339. The Vikings host the Lawrence Invitational at the Eagle Creek Golf Course this Saturday and compete again at the St. Norbert Invitational Sunday. These are the last two events before the Midwest Conference Championship, which begins April 29.