September 18, 2001 - by
Lusenhop And Beaty Lead Florida State Men’s Golf Team At Mason Rudolph Championship

Sept. 18, 2001




FRANKLIN, Tenn. –
Sophomore Brad Lusenhop and freshman Eric Beaty finished in a tie for 22nd place in the individual standings and the Florida State men’s golf team finished in 11th-place in the team standings at the inaugural Mason Rudolph Collegiate Championship at the Legends Club. It marked the second consecutive tournament this fall that Lusenhop had finished as the highest-ranking Seminole.


Lusenhop and Beaty both played well over the two-day, 54-hole tournament that concluded Tuesday. Lusenhop (Gloversville, N.Y.) carded a career-best 69 in the first round and finished with a career-best 215 score. He finished in a tie for 22nd-place in last week’s Kiawah Island Invitational with a score of 217.


Beaty, who was competing in only his second collegiate tournament, established career-bests for single-round scores (69 in round one), three-round score (215), score vs. par (+5) and individual finish (tied-22nd). He finished in a tie for 57th-place with a score of 227 in last week’s Kiawah Island Invitational. Beaty was playing in his home state of Tennessee, he hails from Germantown, Tenn.


Freshman Matt Adcock, a transfer from Mississippi State University, also enjoyed his best career outing as he finished in a tie for 54th-place with a three-round score 226. He carded a three-over par 73 in the tournament’s final round.


Mason Rudolph Collegiate Championship/Sept. 17-18, 2001
Roper’s Knob Course/The Legends Club/Franklin, Tenn. (final results)

11/12 Florida State 289 292 298 879 +39
T22 Brad Lusenhop 69 72 74 215 +5
T22 Eric Beaty 69 71 75 215 +5
T47 Alan Beers 75 72 76 223 +13
T54 Matt Adcock 76 77 73 226 +16
T61 Rick Westbrook 77 77 80 234 +24


Mason Rudolph Collegiate Championship/Sept. 17-18, 2001
Roper’s Knob Course/The Legends Club/Franklin, Tenn. (final results)

1. Alabama 839 -1 7. Vanderbilt 852 +12
2. Virginia 840 E 8. Mississippi State 858 +18
3. Mississippi 843 +3 9. Kentucky 867 +27
4. NC State 845 +5 10. Rice 871 +31
5. North Carolina 851 +11 11. Florida State 879 +39
Georgia State 851 +11 12. Central Florida 894 +54
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