October 12, 2009 - by
Seminoles Finish 7th At Brickyard

Oct. 12, 2009

MACON, Ga. –
The final round of the Brickyard Collegiate Men’s Golf Championship was cancelled because of heavy rain. The third and final round had started and each of the 15 teams was on the course before the weather forced a stoppage in play. All of the scores in the third round were wiped out and the results reverted back to the completion of the second round.

Florida State finished in a tie for seventh place in the team standings. The Seminoles’ finish marked the first time in four events this fall that they had finished outside of the top five. Florida State claimed the team championships at the GolfWeek Conference Challenge and the Gary Koch Intercollegiate while finishing in fifth place at the Olympia Fields Invitational.

Seminole sophomore Brooks Koepka finished in a tie for fifth place with a three-under par total of 141 for the 36 holes played. He carded an even par 72 in the first round and a three-under par 69 in the second round. Koepka earned two top-five individual finishes this fall – fourth at the Gary Koch Invitational and tied for fifth in this event.

With the end of the Brickyard Collegiate, the Seminoles’ fall season comes to a close. They will open their spring season at the Hawaii Hilo Invitational Feb. 3-5, 2010.

Brickyard Intercollegiate/Par 72/Final FSU Results
Brickyard at Riverside/Macon, Ga./October 10-12, 2009
T7/15.  Florida State    296  292  588
T5.     Brooks Koepka    72   69   141
T35.    Drew Kittleson   74   73   147
T35.    Seath Lauer      73   74   147
T68.    Doug Letson      77   77   154
T71.    Michael Hebert   79   76   155
T12.    Wesley Graham    74   69   143 *
* Playing as an individual

Brickyard Intercollegiate/Par 72/Final Team Results
Brickyard at Riverside/Macon, Ga./October 10-12, 2009
1.   Augusta State    563  T7.   Virginia Tech  588
T2.  Clemson          576  T10.  North Florida  589
T2.  Chattanooga      576  T10.  Charlotte      589
4.   Georgia          579  12.   Georgia Tech   593
5.   VCU              584  13.   Mercer         594
6.   LSU              585  14.   Penn State     596
T7.  Ole Miss         588  15.   Michigan       602
T7.  Florida State    588

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