March 7, 2006
The final round of the Seminole Intercollegiate Golf Tournament was held Tuesday at Golden Eagle Country Club with Coastal Carolina taking the team title with a three-day score of 851. NC State (858) and North Carolina (859) rounded out the top three in the team standings. Florida State finished 11th with a total score of 884. NC State’s Stephen Lewton fired a 67 on Tuesday to finish -13 for the tournament and defeated Coastal Carolina’s Dustin Johnson on the second playoff hole to win the individual championship.
With two players in the top seven at -3 or better, Coastal Carolina cruised to the team title. Johnson was second at 203 (-13) and was followed by Joachim Fourquet’s 213 (seventh at -3). Moises Cobo finished in a tie for 19th at 218 (+2), Zack Byrd tied for 30th overall at 221 (+5), and Cameron Hooper tied for 52nd at 228 (+12). NC State (858), North Carolina (859), East Tennessee State (861), Mississippi (868), and Mississippi State (868) completed the tep five in the team results.
In the individual standings, UNC’s Martin Ureta was third behind Lewton and Johnson. Ureta shot a 72 on Tuesday to finish at 207 (-9). Mississippi’s David Marino and Mississippi State’s Noah Goldman tied for fourth at 211 (-5).
Nicholas Smith was Florida State’s top finisher with a score of 219 (+3), good for a tie for 25th. Torstein Nevestad and Tommy Rymer both shot 222 (+6) and tied for 37th. Jonas Blixt was next for the Seminoles at 225 (T44th at +9) while Matt Savage shot 227 (51st at +11).