October 30, 2001 - by
Seminoles Close Out Fall Golf Season At Country Club Of Louisiana Intercollegiate

Oct. 30, 2001




BATON ROUGE, La. –
Florida State University sophomore Alan Beers carded a two-over par 74 to move up six positions in the individual standings and lead the Florida State men’s golf team as play in the Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate concluded Tuesday. Beers finished the event in a tie for 55th-place while teammate Eric Beaty finished in a tie for 51st-place after firing a four-over par 76 in the final round.


Beers (Midlothian, Va.) and Beaty (Germantown, Tenn.) finished the event within one stroke of each other in the individual standings. Both players carded two rounds of 74 and Beaty claimed medallist honors among the Seminoles with a 76 in the third round. He defeated Beers, who shot a 77 in Monday’s second round, by one stoke.


Junior Matt Ackley (Lake Mary, Fla.) played his best golf of the tournament as he carded a three-over par 75 in the third round. His play improved throughout the event as he went from an 81 in round one to a 79 in round two to his final round 75. Ackley carded scores of 75 or under in four of his nine rounds this fall.


Alabama-Birmingham won the event in thrilling fashion. The Blazers moved past Mississippi on the final hole of the event when the Rebels dropped four strokes to par the hole and drop to third place in the final standings. Graeme McDowell won the event with a three round score of 204.


The CCLA was the final event of the fall season for the Seminoles. Florida State begins play in the spring season as it travels to play in the Gator Invitational, Feb. 9-10.


Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate/Country Club of Louisiana
Baton Rouge, La./Oct. 29-30, 2001/Final Individual Results

14/15 Florida State 303 307 307 917 +53
T51 Eric Beaty 74 74 76 224 +8
T55 Alan Beers 74 77 74 225 +9
69 Brad Lusenhop 74 77 82 233 +17
T71 Matt Ackley 81 79 75 235 +19
T75 Matt Adcock 82 79 84 245 +29


Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate/Country Club of Louisiana
Baton Rouge, La./Oct. 29-30, 2001/Final Team Results

1. Alabama-Birmingham 856 9. Tulsa 872
2. Auburn 857 10. Alabama 873
3. Mississippi 858 Southeastern La. 873
4. North Florida 859 12. Arkansas 874
5. Louisiana State 862 13. Vanderbilt 892
6. South Carolina 868 14. Florida State 917
7. Tennessee 869 15. Mississippi State 942
8. College of Charleston 871
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