Robert Morris Finishes Seventh in Horizon League Championships as Nagy Finishes Top-Five Individually, Named on All-Tournament Team

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The golf team finished seventh in the Horizon League Championships in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. Photo credit: Nathan Breisinger

By Michael Deemer, Sports Editor

The 2023 Horizon League Golf Championships wrapped up in Howey-In-The-Hills, Fla. and the Colonials have finished seventh of the 10 teams participating.

Purdue Fort Wayne were five stroke victors and named conference champions for the first time in program history.

Senior Josh Nagy finished tying for fourth at 215 (-1). He opened with three birdies on the back nine and had two eagles during his final nine holes, one on hole one and the other on the ninth hole.

Nagy was named onto the All-Tournament Team with his performance in the three-day tournament.

Fifth-year senior Chase Miller made history Tuesday, as he became the first student-athlete in program history to play 100 career rounds at Robert Morris. In his final round with the Colonials, Miller finished with a 73 (+1), tied for 17th.

Logan Hess finished 33rd at +17 and Alex Seelig carded a 235 tied for 37th.

The Colonials aim for their third NCAA Regional in program history next season and their first since 2019.