September 11, 2001 - by
Lusenhop Paces Florida State Men’s Golf Team At Kiawah Island Invitational

Sept. 11, 2001










KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. –
Florida State sophomore Brad Lusenhop shot a 73 in third round of the Cleveland Golf/Kiawah Island Invitational en route to a career-best tournament score of 217 and a career-best finish of tied for 22nd-place. He led a trio of Seminole players with one-over par scores of 73 as Florida State men’s golf team finished in 13th-place in the team standings as competition in the 54-hole event ended today.


Lusenhop, who shot a career-best two-under par 70 in Monday’s first round, played the best golf of his collegiate career in the Seminoles’ first tournament of the fall season. He established career-bests for single-round score (70), two-round score (144), tournament score (217) and tournament finish (tied for 22nd). It was his best tournament score by eight strokes and his best finish by 12 positions. Lusenhop is a native of Gloversville, N.Y.


Sophomore Alan Beers (Midlothian, Va.) enjoyed a strong tournament as he finished in a tie for 27th-place with a score of 219. He shot a one-under par 71 in the second round and finished strong with a one-over par 73 in the final round. Senior Rick Westbrook (Alto, Ga.), Florida State’s top returning golfer, also finished with a flourish as he carded a one-over par 73 in the final round.


The Seminoles continue their five-event fall schedule as they take part in the Mason Rudolf Collegiate Tournament in Nashville, Tenn., beginning Sept. 17.


Cleveland Golf/Kiawah Island Intercollegiate/Sept. 9-10, 2001
Osprey Point Golf Club/Kiawah Island, S.C./Par 72 (Final Results)

13/15 Team 301 294 296 891
T22. Brad Lusenhop 70 74 73 217
T27 Alan Beers 75 71 73 219
T57 Eric Beaty 78 72 77 227
T65 Rick Westbrook 78 79 73 230
69 Matt Adcock 80 77 77 234


Cleveland Golf/Kiawah Island Intercollegiate/Sept. 9-10, 2001
Osprey Point Golf Club/Kiawah Island, S.C./Par 72 (Final Results)

1. College of Charleston 847 9. South Carolina-Aiken 874
2. Alabama 854 South Alabama 874
3. Augusta State 856 11. Charleston Southern 884
4. Brigham Young 857 12. Central Florida 886
5. Maryland 860 13. Florida State 891
6. Tulsa 866 14. Mississippi State 902
7. Baylor 867 15. Kent State 911
8. Louisiana State 870
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