Nova Southeastern edges Lynn to claim second national championship
|2015 DII MEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS|
|Houston: Nova Southeastern now truly No. 1|
|Championship: Nova Southeastern wins 2nd title|
|Day 3: Lynn rolls Florida So., St. Leo to grab lead|
|Houston: Robinson-Thompson lands at S.C. Aiken|
|Houston: Clare returns to Le Moyne for sick coach|
|Houston: Sardina fights injury to lead Chico State|
|Day 2: South Carolina-Aiken leads St. Leo by 1|
|Houston: For Florida Southern, the future is now|
|Houston: Homegrown Central Okla. young, talented|
|Day 1: Nova Southeastern grabs four-shot advantage|
|Houston: No. 1 Nova Southeastern loose, ready|
|Houston: Barry coach has high hopes despite obstacles|
|Leaderboard | Selections|
The Sharks took each of the first two points on the strength of two freshmen coming up huge in their postseason debuts. Ethan Marcus got the first tally as his 2-over 73 defeated Keith Greene by two strokes, and Priyanshu Singh won his matchup against Martin Cancino by three shots to bring the team within one to clinch.
Though Lynn took the next point, with Mateo Gomez topping Oscar Lengdèn, the Sharks earned the championship in the fourth matchup, as Santiago Gomez tapped in a par putt on the final hole to defeat Jose Andres Miranda by a solitary shot after a 2-over 73 round.
That made the fifth slot inconsequential, won by Lynn's Elliott Whitley against the Sharks' Richard Mansell. With the victory, the Sharks notched their seventh national team title in history, and 20th overall (including individuals).