"Joe (Deraney) and Tim (Satow) played really well today," said MSU head coach Clay Homan. "We had a chance to move up, but at the same time we did not lose any ground. Hopefully, this will give us some confidence going into next week at Memphis," said Homan.
Daniel Boles and Josh Oller both finished the event tied in 32nd-place. Oller carded a 78, while Boles finished up with a 79 in the final 18 holes. Greg Huxman closed the out the scorecard with a 76 to finish 50th.
Louisville held on to the overall lead with a final round 289. Marquette finished 20 shots behind the Cardinals and six ahead of MSU. Illinois State and Ball State completed the top-five.
UL's Charlie Woo took individual honors with a three-round total of 206.
The Bulldogs continue on the tournament trail next Monday and Tuesday, Oct.4-5 at the inaugural Memphis Intercollegiate in Memphis, Tenn. at Colonial Country Club's South Course.