Since Patrick Flavin arrived on the Miami University campus as a freshman in 2015 the fortunes of the RedHawks have soared. That year, Miami broke Kent State’s string of six consecutive MAC Championship titles.
Flavin won four of the five individual honors in the events the team played in last fall and is looking to continue his strong play this spring before seeking Web.com Tour status in the fall.
The team began the 2018 spring schedule with a win at the Earl Yestingsmeier Match Play in Dade City, Florida in early February. They defeated Loyola and Ball State before meeting the University of Toledo in the Finals. The two MAC schools tied 3-3, but Miami held the tie-breaker and got the win.
The RedHawks continue the spring season with the Desert Mountain Intercollegiate in Scottsdale, Colleton River Collegiate in South Carolina, Seahawk Intercollegiate in North Carolina, Boiler Invitational at Purdue and the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate at OSU, before the MAC Championships in April at Sycamore Hills in Fort Wayne, Indiana.