September 19, 2000 - by
Men’s Golf Finishes 10th At Holston Hills

Sept. 19, 2000

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. –
Florida State University senior Kris Hannah
(Tallahassee, Fla.) shot a career-best 71 in the final round at the
Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions at the Holston Hills Country Club and the
Seminole men’s golf team finished in 10th place. Hannah improved his
scores each day of the tournament (76-74-71) and made a leap of 15 places
in the individual standings during Tuesday’s third round.


Hannah led a quintet of Seminoles who each finished within five
strokes of par in the third and final round of the tournament. Senior Mark
Donaldson (Fife, Scotland) and junior Rick Westbrook (Alto, Ga.) each
carded third round scores of 74 (+3) while freshman Rusty Mosley (Vidalia,
Ga.) and sophomore Peter Mitchell (Miami, Fla.) both scored 77 (+5) during
the round.

Hannah saved his best round for the final day as he followed a 76
in the first round and a 74 in the second round with Tuesday’s 71. He was
one of only 10 golfers in the field of 78 to shoot below par for the round.

During the tournament, Mosley (69, second round), Donaldson (68
second round) and Hannah (71 third round) shot rounds of below par. The
entire team performed consistently well with the highest score in the
combined total of 15 rounds being a 77. The team averaged 74.13 strokes
per player for each round of the tournament.

The Seminoles continue their schedule at the Gary Koch/Cleveland
Golf Intercollegiate Tournament in Tampa, Fla., on Oct. 16-17.

Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions (Final FSU Results)
Holston Hills Country Club/Knoxville, Tenn.

10. Team 299 286 299 884 +20

T23. Rusty Mosley 73 69 77 219 +3

T23. Mark Donaldson 77 68 74 219 +3

T32. Kris Hannah 76 74 71 221 +5

T52. Peter Mitchell 74 75 77 226 +10

T67. Rick Westbrook 76 75 74 227 +14

Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions (Final Team Results)

1. Louisiana State 851 -13 11. Georgia Southern 887 +23

2. Virginia 856 -8 12. Central Florida 894 +30

3. Tennessee 859 -5 13. Southern Miss 904 +40

4. NC State 860 -4 14. Tennessee-Chatt. 937 +73

5. Augusta State 862 -2

6. East Tennessee State 865 +1

7. Auburn 870 +6

8. Florida 875 +11

9. North Florida 880 +16

10. Florida State 884 +20

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