MU implements grade forgiveness
Published: Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Updated: Tuesday, April 17, 2012 00:04
When asked about what it means to play fearless, Tomfohrde described it as, “kind of getting out of your own way and letting yourself play.”
The junior also looks to regain his composure heading into the upcoming tournament.
“I’m going to work on ball striking and getting my confidence back,” Tomfohrde said. “I’m going to work on trusting my own abilities. Mentally I’m just going to have more fun.”
Though the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Championships are a little less than three weeks away, Zedrick is making sure his team is focusing on this weekend first.
“You’ve got to just take care of what’s in front of you,” Zedrick said. “The MAC is something we’ll talk about, but we’ve got to focus on today first. From there, we’ll focus on playing hard at Purdue [University] and after that we’ll focus on the MAC.”
Miami will travel to West Lafayette, Ind. Friday, and are set to play 36 holes Saturday before finishing the Boilermaker Invitational with a closing 18 holes Sunday.