Keegan Bak fired an ever par 72 to put him in a tie for second place after this year’s first GPAC Men’s Golf Qualifier tournament.

Keegan Bak

Morningside’s Keegan Bak is tied for second place in the individual standings after the first of this year’s four GPAC Qualifier men’s golf tournaments.

Bak fired an even par 72 in Friday’s GPAC Qualifier #1 held at Wild Oak Golf Course in Mitchell, S.D.

Bak was one of five players tied for second at 72. Matt Unruh of Nebraska Wesleyan was the first round leader with a two-under par 70.

Unruh’s round led Nebraska Wesleyan to Friday’s team title with a score of 294. Morningside finished 15 strokes out of first place with a 309.  The Mustangs are seventh in the team standings.

Aside from Bak’s 72, the Mustangs had two other golfers shoot rounds in the 70s with a 78 from Collin Griffith and a 79 from Christian Nohr.

The Mustangs will compete in the Midland Invitational on Tuesday, Sept. 23, in Fremont, Neb.