Junior Chris Mabry shot a four-over 74 on Sunday and the Missouri men’s golf team finished 13th at the 15-team Notre Dame Invitational at Warren Golf Course.
Mabry’s 74 gave him a three-day total of 226, 17 strokes behind individual medalist Ryan Yip of Kent State.
Kent State won the team competition, beating Michigan State by two strokes.
MU sophomore Shawn Jasper matched a season best with a 75.
The Tigers have two weeks off from competition before playing at the Memphis Intercollegiate Oct. 4-5.
MID-MISSOURI MAVERICKS: The Mavericks announced that Jim Gentile will return next year to manage the team.
Gentile, who played with five different teams in the major leagues from 1958 to 1966, finished his first season managing the team in June.
YOUTH SOCCER: The Columbia Tornadoes, a U-11 boys team, finished second in the Gateway Shoot-Out in St. Charles over the weekend.
The Tornadoes won four games to reach the finals, out-scoring their opponents 13-1.
In the championship, they lost to the Lou Fusz “A” team, the third ranked team in Missouri.
During the past two years, the Tornadoes have compiled a 51-7-5 record and have not finished lower than second in any league or tournament.
RYDER CUP: Europe won 18 1/2 to 9 1/2, its biggest romp against the Americans.
Lee Westwood ended the suspense with a 4-foot par putt on the 18th hole to beat Kenny Perry 1 up and lock up the victory with six matches uncompleted.
It was the Americans’ worst loss in the 77-year history of the Ryder Cup, and Europe’s fourth title in five matches.
Tiger Woods didn’t lose a hole in an easy 3 and 2 victory over Paul Casey, but the Europeans won 7 of the 12 singles matches and halved another.
In other matches: Sergio Garcia beat Phil Mickelson 3 and 2; Davis Love III halved with Darren Clarke; Jim Furyk beat David Howell 6 and 4; Lee Westwood beat Kenny Perry 1 up; Colin Montgomerie beat David Toms 1 up; Chad Campbell beat Luke Donald 5 and 3; Chris DiMarco beat Miguel Angel Jimenez 1 up; Thomas Levet beat Fred Funk 1 up; Ian Poulter beat Chris Riley 3 and 2; Paul McGinley beat Stewart Cink 3 and 2; and Padraig Harrington beat Jay Haas 1 up.