After a long hiatus I am back to bring you the week n review. Thanks for all that helped by praying for my family in a time of need. With that being said here is you Cardinal week in review from 4/28 through 5/6
University of Louisville freshman Robert Geibel of the men’s golf team finished in a tie for fourth place at American Athletic Conference Men’s Golf Championship on Tuesday in Palm Harbor. Louisville finished in a tie for 5th for the team title finishing 12 shots off of the lead. This finish has landed them a spot in the NCAA tournament for just the 7th time in team history in team competition. They will be the 9th seed in the Auburn regional which runs from May 15th-17th at the Auburn University club. This is the first team appearance for the team since 2009.
Princeville, Hawaii – University of Louisville men’s golfer Robert Geibel captured medalist honors by winning a three-player playoff on the ninth hole at the Princeville Makai Invitational on Wednesday.
As a team, the Cardinals concluded the fall season by finishing one shot behind the winner, Cal-State Fullerton. The Titans won the tournament with an 822, as the Cardinals finished with a school record total of 823. Louisville bested the old school record of 834, which they achieved in 2008 at the Cardinal Intercollegiate.
For the three-day tournament, the Cardinals shot a 41-under par 275-275-273=823. Geibel defeated Mark Anguiano of Cal-State Fullerton and Chad Ramey of Mississippi State when he defeated the two players on the first playoff hole. Geibel was on fire for the whole tournament, shooting 67-67-67=201, which was one shot of off the school record total of 200 by Daryl Fathauer in 2007-08 at the Alister MacKenzie Tournament.