Sept. 26, 2002
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
Florida State plays in its third event of the fall season as it travels to play in the Windon Memorial Classic Sept. 30-Oct 1 at Glen View Country Club in Glenview, Ill. The Glen View course measures 6,750 yards and is a par-72. The Windon Memorial is a 54-hole, two-day event with 36 holes played Sept. 30 and 18 – Oct. 1. The course has hosted numerous PGA events during its illustrious history dating back to 1899 when it hosted the first Western Open. Specifically, the Northwestern University hosted Windon Memorial has featured collegiate stars Tiger Woods and Casey Martin of Stanford.
THE 2002 WINDON MEMORIAL CHAMPIONSHIP PARTICIPANTS
Florida State is joined by UC Davis, Duke, Georgia Southern, Houston, Kent State, Louisiana State, North Florida, Northern Illinois, Northwestern, Oklahoma State, Oregon and Stanford. Eight of the 13 schools were all ranked in the final top 50 of the 2001-02 Golfweek/Sagain index.
FLORIDA STATE AT THE MASON RUDOLPH CHAMPIONSHIP
Sophomore Rusty Mosley (Vidalia, Ga.) shot a career-low 68 in the final round to help the Florida State men’s golf team finish in seventh place in the team standings at the Mason Rudolph Collegiate Championship at the Legends Club Golf Course. Mosley finished in a tie for 14th place in the individual standings as he established career-bests for individual finish, single round score and tournament score. The Seminoles finished in seventh place in the team standings to mark their second consecutive top-10 finish of the season. Florida State improved each of its single-round team scores during the course of the three-round event and finished with a 54-hole total of 863. Mosley led a parade of four Seminoles who all shot within four strokes of par during the third and final round. He finished the event with a one-over par 211 score and averaged 70.33 strokes per round for the tournament. Mosley’s previous low tournament score of 219 came at the 2000 Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions.
ADCOCK ENJOYS BEST TOURNAMENT OF CAREER
Sophomore Matt Adcock (Apopka, Fla.) completed the best tournament of his career as he finished in a tie for 21st place with a three-round score of 213 at the Mason Rudolph Championship. He shot a career-low 69 in the second round. His previous career-low score was a 73 in the third round of last year’s Mason Rudolph Championship. Adcock played in three tournaments during his first season at Florida State (2001-02) after transferring from Mississippi State University. Adcock averaged 71.00 strokes per round during the Mason Rudolph after averaging 78.33 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments last year.
VICKERS AND IBARRARAN PLAY FOR FIRST TIME AS SEMINOLES
Junior Tim Vickers (Alpharetta, Ga.) and Gonzalo Ibarraran (Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico) competed as Seminoles for the first time. Vickers finished in a tie for 48th place and Ibarraran completed the tournament in 57th place. Vickers, a transfer from Chattanooga, was competing in his first event as a Seminole and his ninth collegiate event. He carded three scores at 75 and below and carded a 73 during the first round. Ibarraran, who redshirted as a true freshman last season, averaged 75.00 strokes per round during his first collegiate tournament. Ibarraran’s best round, a 73 in the third round, was the Seminoles’ third-best individual score during the final round of the event.
FLORIDA STATE MEN’S GOLF STATISTICS (FALL 2002)
Name Tourn. Rounds Par -75 Low Strokes Avg.
Rusty Mosley 1 3 1 3 68 211 70.33
Matt Adcock 1 3 1 3 69 213 71.00
Eric Beaty 2 6 0 6 72 442 73.67
Tim Vickers 1 3 0 3 73 221 73.67
Brad Lusenhop 1 3 1 2 72 224 74.67
Alan Beers 1 3 0 1 74 229 76.33
Gonzalo Ibarraran 1 3 0 2 73 225 75.00
Peter Mitchell 1 3 0 1 75 237 79.00
Mark Sestilio 1 3 0 0 76 239 79.67