Columbus State Sixth at Southeastern Collegiate
VALDOSTA, Ga. - The 23rd-ranked Columbus State University men's golf team finished in sixth out of 18 teams at the conclusion of the Southeastern Collegiate. The tournament was held at the Kinderlou Forest Golf Club.
The Cougars finished round three shooting a 295 to put them at a 1-over 865 for the overall tournament. Top-ranked Barry shot an 848 over the 54 holes to finish a full nine shots ahead of second place Nova Southeastern (857). Second-ranked Lynn (858) grabbed a third place finish while Florida Tech (861) and Saint Leo (848) rounded out the top five.
Georgia College finished 14thwith Flagler 15th, Lander 16thand Georgia Southwestern 17th.
Jordan Doull was the top performer for the Cougars in the tournament after shooting an even par 72 in round three. He ended the Southeastern Collegiate in a tie for 9th overall finishing the three rounds with a 3-under 213. Doull has grabbed a top-ten finish in all three of the tournaments the Cougars have played in this spring.
Right behind Doull was teammate Ronan Kleu, who fired the best round of the day for CSU shooting a 1-under 71. He entered the clubhouse in a tie for 15th shooting a 1-under 215 for the tournament.
Senior Duncan van der Vyver snagged two birdies in the final round going 2-over par. He finished tied for 33rd place with an overall score of 3-over. Preston Wagaman posted a 6-over 78 in the final round to put him tied for 59th over the three rounds.
Cole Cruickshank was the drop score for the Cougars, shooting 9-over to put him tied for 71st at 11-over for the tournament.
National No. 23 golfer Austin Mancilla fired his first sub-par round today, carding a 71 to go with a 74 and 72 for one-over for Georgia College. Mancilla finished 23rd in the 93-golfer field, posting five birdies in today's effort. The only hole he birdied twice over the three days was the par-five No. 11, despite posting 11 birdies over the three rounds.
Second on the squad and 42nd overall was sophomore Daniel Davis. Davis carded a 73 today with a 74 and 72 yesterday for six-over par. His final round of action brought 16 holes at par or better.
Freshman Hilton Beck finished in the top-50, with rounds of 76, 74 and 74. Beck was eight over in 50th place.
Junior Drew Duffie (Evans) was 83rd at plus-16. Duffie had a 72, 77 and 83 over his three rounds. Junior Alex Wells (Evans) had a counting round of 75 today, and combined with a 78 and 80, finished 87th.
Mauro Baez was the top Flagler golfer as he tied for 12th place with a 2-under par 214. He shot a 1-over 73 in the final round.
Juan Iturra tied for 28th place with a 2-over 218. Felix Villamil and Chun Yan Leong tied for 77th place at +14. Charles Collings rounded out the team at +16.
Jon Parker led the way for Lander with a 2-under 142 to finish in a tie for 11th overall. Michael Brodie finished tied for 24th at even-144. Connor Cull finished as 150, Charlie Farrellclosed out with 155, and Maxime Legros finished at 160.
Vincent Norrman carded a 73 for a 215 (-1) total as he escaped tied for 15th place. Tyler Barker carded and 76 and Cole Madison carded a 77, for scores of 224 (+8) and 225 (+9). Barker finished tied for 50th place while Madison was tied for 59th place. Ryan Cahill and Wil Hernandez had rough day threes for GSW as they carded and 82 and 84, respectively. Cahill's 234 (+18) landed him tied for 89th and Hernandez's 248 (+32) gave him the final 93 spot.
Pacers Take Seventh At Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate
AIKEN, S.C. – The University of South Carolina Aiken golf team finished in seventh place at the Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate.
The Pacers shot 23-over par, 863, for the event. The tournament was played on a par-70, 6,617-yard course.
South Carolina won the event with a tournament-record fo27-under par, 813. The team was the lone squad under par. Virginia and UAB each shot eight-over par, 848. Clemson, Memphis and Charleston Southern finished ahead of USC Aiken in the 18-team field.
Head coach Michael Carlisle's team was led by August Lindvall's four-over par, 214. He finished 15th at the event.
Dan Sheehan was a stroke back of Lindvall, shooting five-over par, 215. Thomas Trowbridge finished 26thwhile George Eubank took 29th.
The Pacers return to action March 18-19 at the Bobcat Invitational.