March 12, 2002 - by
North Carolina Wins Team Title At Seminole Intercollegiate Men’s Golf Tournament

March 12, 2002




TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
The University of North Carolina recovered from three strokes down entering the third round and won going away by five strokes over the University of Alabama Birmingham as the Seminole Intercollegiate men’s golf tournament came to a close this afternoon at Golden Eagle Country Club. The Tar Heels begin the final round three strokes behind Duke and posted their best single round score of the tournament, a 292, the claim the team championship. Senior Graeme McDowell of UAB shot a 10-under par score of 206 to win the individual championship.


North Carolina won the team championship as it placed two players in the top-10 of the individual standings. Bob Cherry finished in a tie for second place with a three-under score of 213. He carded a four-under par 68 in round one. In addition, Dustin Bray finished in a tie for seventh place with a one-under par score of 215.


McDowell played brilliantly throughout the event to earn medallist honors. He finished the event with a nine-under par 206. McDowell shot 68-69-69 to win the event. Virginia’s Steve Marino, who won the individual championship last season, finished in a tie for seventh. Marino led the Cavaliers to a seventh place finish in the team standings.


Junior Peter Mitchell led Florida State as he finished in a career-best ninth place in the individual standings. He was strong in the second and third rounds with scores of 70 and 71 and finished with an even-par score of 216.


Freshman Eric Beaty led a trio of Seminoles who finished with identical scores of 232. Beaty shot a tournament-best 72 in the second round. He finished tied with senior Rick Westbrook and sophomore Alan Beers. Junior Brad Lusenhop also played well for the Seminoles.


Florida State continues its season as it travels to the Cleveland Golf Collegiate in Aiken, S.C., next week. The event begins with 36 holes March 18 and ends with 18 holes March 19.


FINAL RESULTS
Seminole Intercollegiate
Golden Eagle C.C.
Tallahassee, FL
Dates: 03/11 – 03/12 Today:03-12-2002)
Par:72
Yardage: 6847


  Fin. School                   Scores
1 North Carolina, U of 286 297 292 875 +11
2 UAB 295 294 291 880 +16
3 Duke University 293 287 304 884 +20
4 Tennessee, Univ. of 298 291 301 890 +26
5 Charleston, Coll. of 291 295 305 891 +27
6 South Carolina 302 297 293 892 +28
7 Virginia, U. of 292 307 298 897 +33
8 Kentucky, U. of 294 297 308 899 +35
9 Mississippi, U. of 299 299 302 900 +36
East Tennessee St. 301 299 300 900 +36
11 Florida State Univ. 303 294 305 902 +38
12 South Carolina-Aiken 303 307 299 909 +45
13 Georgia State Univ. 307 308 296 911 +47
14 Central Florida, U. 295 308 312 915 +51
15 North Florida, U. of 309 309 310 928 +64


Fin. School Scores


1 North Carolina, U of 286 297 292 875
T 2 Bob Cherry 68 73 72 213
T 7 Dustin Bray 73 70 72 215
T 17 Brad Moldin 72 76 74 222
T 59 Jeremy Elliott 81 78 74 233
70 Ramon Bescansa 73 83 81 237


2 UAB 295 294 291 880
1 Graeme McDowell 68 69 69 206
T 2 Craig Gordon 75 70 68 213
T 39 Chad Goodwin 75 79 75 229
T 52 Ryan Thomas 77 76 79 232
WD Blake Mozley 78 WD 83


3 Duke University 293 287 304 884
6 Leif Olson 67 71 76 214
10 Mike Castlefort 76 71 71 218
T 13 Matt Krauss 76 69 76 221
T 52 Brandon LaCroix 74 77 81 232
75 Bobby Castor 84 76 81 241


4 Tennessee, Univ. of 298 291 301 890
T 2 David Skinns 71 71 71 213
12 Andrew Black 74 71 75 220
T 13 Andrew Pratt 74 69 78 221
T 66 Ian Parnaby 79 80 77 236
T 76 Jimmy White 81 82 83 246


5 Charleston, Coll. of 291 295 305 891
11 Josh Goldstein 72 72 75 219
T 19 Bruce McDonald 74 72 77 223
T 21 Daniel Brunson 74 74 76 224
T 36 Kyle Bradley 74 77 77 228
T 66 John Assey 71 80 85 236


6 South Carolina 302 297 293 892
T 2 Martin Rominger 72 70 71 213
T 19 Brent Delahoussaye 72 73 78 223
T 36 Alex Hamilton 78 76 74 228
62 Johan Kok 83 78 73 234
T 66 Scott Feaster 80 81 75 236


7 Virginia, U. of 292 307 298 897
T 7 Steve Marino 69 75 71 215
T 27 Jeremy Luce 74 75 77 226
T 39 Justin Goodhue 78 77 74 229
T 42 Shep Nowlin 74 80 76 230
T 52 Kevin O’Connell 75 80 77 232


8 Kentucky, U. of 294 297 308 899
T 13 John Holmes 72 72 77 221
T 24 Andy Dustman 74 76 75 225
T 42 Philip Schardein 80 74 76 230
T 46 Jack Hudson 71 79 81 231
T 52 Ryan Coyne 77 75 80 232


T 9 Mississippi, U. of 299 299 302 900
T 13 Andrew Medley 75 74 72 221
T 17 Jordan Dempsey 71 73 78 222
T 30 Tommy Clement 76 74 77 227
T 46 Ben Lowery 77 78 76 231
T 63 Jarrod Gardner 80 78 77 235


T 9 East Tennessee St. 301 299 300 900
T 21 James Johnson 73 75 76 224
T 24 Cennydd Mills 77 76 72 225
T 30 Adam Riddering 75 72 80 227
T 39 Jeremy Hobson 76 76 77 229
T 63 Marco Trejos 77 83 75 235


11 Florida State Univ. 303 294 305 902
9 Peter Mitchell 75 70 71 216
T 52 Eric Beaty 84 72 76 232
T 52 Rick Westbrook 75 79 78 232
T 52 Alan Beers 76 74 82 232
T 63 Brad Lusenhop 77 78 80 235


12 South Carolina-Aiken 303 307 299 909
T 27 Scott Brown 77 75 74 226
T 30 Aaron Black 76 78 73 227
T 36 Wes Byers 75 77 76 228
T 46 Lee Harper 75 77 79 231
T 66 Dave Brown 78 82 76 236


13 Georgia State Univ. 307 308 296 911
T 21 Henrik Sevegran 73 76 75 224
T 30 David Denham 79 76 72 227
T 42 Allen Thompson 81 76 73 230
T 59 Zach DuFresne 77 80 76 233
71 Jack Croyle 78 80 80 238


14 Central Florida, U. 295 308 312 915
T 24 Andreas Hoegberg 71 74 80 225
T 27 Stephen Davis 75 77 74 226
T 42 Ryan Sillery 75 79 76 230
T 72 Matt LeConche 74 83 82 239
T 76 Ben Osbrach 82 78 86 246


15 North Florida, U. of 309 309 310 928
T 30 John Limanti 77 78 72 227
T 46 Brad Schwartz 77 78 76 231
T 59 Erik Labitzke 75 76 82 233
T 72 Matt Torrance 80 77 82 239
T 72 Johnny Thompson 80 79 80 239



Fin. Individuals School Scores


T 30 Matt Giffin S Carolina 77 77 73 227
T 46 Vince Covello N. Florida 82 72 77 231
T 46 Noel Kavanaugh E Tenn. St 76 76 79 231

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