February 19, 2019
RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico—The Ohio State men’s golf team finished the Puerto Rico Classic shooting 296 (+8) for the final round to move to 12-over for the tournament and place ninth. Will Grimmer continues to impress in his senior campaign, once again finishing in the top-10, shooting 69-73-70 to post a 212 and shoot four-under to tie for seventh place. This finish marks the fourth time this year that he has placed in the top-10, and his first finish out of the top-5. Grimmer completed the tournament with 14 birdies in his three rounds and turned in his eighth and ninth rounds at par or better for the season. Caleb Ramirez turned in the second-best finish to par of his career, carding 216 (69-72-75) to come in at even par and place him in a tie for 23rd. Daniel Wetterich shot a final round 76 to finish the Puerto Rico Classic five-over and take home a share of 43rd place. Will Voetsch finished tied for 60th, shooting 11-over, and Laken Hinton finished 17-over, tied for 70th.
Kevin Stone claimed third-place in the Puerto Rico Classic individual event, shooting a career low 218 (72-73-73) to finish five-over and claim the best finish of his career. Justin Wick was the other Buckeye in the individual tournament and finished tied for ninth at 21-over.
Ohio State has the next few weeks off before teeing it up at the Bandon Dunes Invitational in Bandon, Oregon on March 10-12.