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BYU Men’s Golf Tied For 19th After Day 1 of NCAA Championships

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first_img Brad James Written by Tags: BYU Men’s Golf/NCAA Championships/Northwestern/Patrick Fishburn/Ryan Lumsden May 25, 2018 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Golf Tied For 19th After Day 1 of NCAA Championships FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSTILLWATER, Okla.-Friday, as the NCAA Men’s golf championships commenced at Karsten Creek, hosted by Oklahoma State University, the Brigham Young men’s golf squad has a considerable distance to make up.The Cougars are tied for 19th with Kansas and North Florida thus far as the Cougars have a collective +5 thus far.Patrick Fishburn is the Cougars’ individual leader thus far with a -1 (8).The current leaders overall thus far in the championships are the Northwestern Wildcats who are at 280 as the Wildcats’ leader is Ryan Lumsden who shot a 67. The championship tournament resumes Saturday morning at 7:00 am MDT.last_img read more

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Thomas C. Rowe, 83, Brookville

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first_imgThomas C. Rowe, age 83, of Brookville, died Wednesday June 17, 2020 at his home in Brookville, Indiana, surrounded by family.Born February 20, 1937 in Springfield Township Franklin County, Indiana, he was the son of the late Luther & Alice (Day) Rowe.  On April 29, 1961 he was united in marriage at the Brookville United Methodist Church to the former Judith Ashley, and she survives.Tom was the Corporate Business Manager for American Water Company where he retired after 33 years.  He was a 49-year active member of Lions Club International, a member of the Franklin County & Indiana Historical Societies, a member of the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park in Hamilton, OH and a board member of the Springfield Cemetery.  In his leisure time he enjoyed crossword puzzles, Indiana University basketball & football, taking bus tours, attending church and community dinners with friends & family, as well as visiting with his Reily High School classmates once a month in Reily, OH.  Tom rode in an Indy car 2-seater at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway when he was 80 years old and flew in a hot air balloon shortly before he turned 83.  He also enjoyed zipping through the trees, along the hillside, at the Brookville zipline.  Tom was a master at finding four-leaf clovers & morel mushrooms, and made delicious peanut butter fudge from his Mom’s recipe!Tom’s family meant so much to him.  Besides Judy, his wife of nearly 60 years, survivors include two daughters, Lori (Sean) Goding of Mascoutah, Illinois and Erin (Bradley) Browder of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, as well as one sister, Barbara (Richard) Kolb of Oxford, Ohio.  He especially enjoyed two grandchildren, Will Thomas Browder and Mia Browder.Due to COVID-19, the family is not planning a large public gathering for a Memorial Service.  Instead, the family wishes those of you that want to celebrate Tom’s life to do so in smaller groups at the time you feel it is safe and appropriate.In lieu of flowers, the family wishes Memorial contributions be directed to the Brookville Area Lions Club, 10060 State Road 252, Brookville, IN, 47012.The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to serve the Rowe family. Everyone is encouraged to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences to the family via www.phillipsandmeyers.com .last_img read more

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