The season has ended for the Marquette men’s golf team, after it finished 13th among 14 schools at their N-C-A-A Division One regional in Sammamish, Washington. The Golden Eagles were 47 strokes above par at 899 for three rounds, 36 strokes behind Penn State — the fifth and final team to advance to the upcoming national finals. Matt Murlick shot a 71 in Wednesday’s final round to finish as Marquette’s top individual in a tie for 29th place. Meanwhile, Saint Norbert and Wisconsin Lutheran both missed the 36 hole cut at the N-C-A-A Division Three men’s golf tourney at Howey in the Hills, Florida. Eighteen teams advanced, and Saint Norbert tied for 31st while Wisconsin Lutheran tied for 38th.