October 29, 2001 - by
Beaty Leads Seminoles At Country Club Of Louisiana Men’s Golf Tournament

Oct. 29, 2001




BATON ROUGE, La. –
Freshman Eric Beaty carded two identical rounds of two-over par 74 and is Florida State’s top golfer after the first two rounds of the Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate. Beaty is one of 40 golfers in the event with scores of four-over par or better and is one of only 34 golfers who shot 74 or better in both of the first two rounds of the tournament. The Seminoles are in 14th-place in the team standings.


Beaty (Germantown, Tenn.) starts round three looking to move up in the individual standings and earn his second top-25 individual finish of the fall season. His previous career-best finish came at the Mason Rudolph Collegiate Championship in September. Beaty’s 148 score for the first 54 holes is the third-best of his now five tournament collegiate career. His best two-round score is a 140 during the Mason Rudolph.


Sophomores Brad Lusenhop (Gloversville, N.Y.) and Alan Beers (Midlothian, Va.) are tied for 61st-place with identical scores of 151. Both players shot 74 in the first round and 77 in the second round.


Alabama-Birmingham leads the tournament with a nine-under par team score of 567. Graeme McDowell of UAB is tied with Lee Williams of Auburn for medallist honors heading into Tuesday’s third and final round. Both players are tied with scores of eight-under par 136. Williams established a tournament record as he shot a seven-under par 65 in Monday’s first round.


This is the final event of the fall season for the Seminoles.


Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate/Country Club of Louisiana
Baton Rouge, La./Oct. 29-30, 2001/Second Round Individual Results

14/15 Florida State 303 307 610
T40 Eric Beaty 74 74 148
T61 Brad Lusenhop 74 77 151
T61 Alan Beers 74 77 151
73 Matt Ackley 81 79 160
74 Matt Adcock 82 79 161


Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate/Country Club of Louisiana
Baton Rouge, La./Oct. 29-30, 2001/Second Round Team Results

1. Alabama-Birmingham 567 9. Tulsa 580
2. Mississippi 568 10. South Carolina 581
3. North Florida 572 11. College of Charleston 583
4. Auburn 573 12. Arkansas 588
5. Louisiana State 575 13. Vanderbilt 596
Southeastern La. 575 14. Florida State 610
7. Tennessee 577 15. Mississippi State 630
8. Alabama 578
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