March 18, 2003 - by
Seminoles Finish Ninth At Plametto Intercollegiate Men’s Golf Classic

March 18, 2003




AIKEN, S.C. –
The Florida State men’s golf team, led by sophomore Matt Adcock, finished in ninth place at the sixth annual Palmetto Intercollegiate at the Palmetto Golf Club. It marked the second top-10 finish of the season for the Seminoles who also finished 10th at the Gator Invitational. Adcock finished in a tie for 15th-place to mark the second consecutive event he has finished in the top 15 of the individual standings.


The College of Charleston won the-rain shortened event with Aaron Black of USC-Aiken earning individual medallist honors. Charleston and Black were in first place through both rounds of the event. The event was shortened from 54 holes to 36 because of rain during the first round Monday.


Adcock (Apopka, Fla.) was consistent during the two-round tournament with one-over par scores of 72 in both rounds. Adcock has carded scores of 73 or better in four of his last eight rounds this spring. Adcock’s career-low single-round score of 69 came during the second round of the Mason Rudolph Championship Sept. 16, 2002. He is averaging a career-low 73.82 strokes in 11 rounds during the 2003 spring season.


Freshman Adam Wallace (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) shot a career-low one-under par 70 in the second round and finished in a tie for 37th-place. He totaled 148 for the 36-hole event and finished as the second-highest ranking Seminole in the field of 81. Wallace improved his individual standing by 29 positions with his stellar play in the second round.


Sophomore Rusty Mosley (Vidalia, Ga.) continued his fine play this spring with a two-day total of 150. He finished with a three-over par score of 74 in the second round. Mosley finished in a tie for 45th-place with junior Tim Vickers (Alpharetta, Ga.) who scored 74 in the first round of the event.


Sophomore Mark Sestilio (Punta Gorda, Fla.) came within one stroke of tying his single-round career-low as a carded an even par 71 in the second round. He finished in a tie for 52nd-place with a 36-hole total of 151. Sestilio moved up 21 spaces in the individual standings in the second round with his strong score.


Florida State’s next competitive action comes at the Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate at the Saugahatchee Country Club in Opelika, Ala., March 11-13.


Palmetto Intercollegiate/Par 71/(Final Florida State Results)
Palmetto Golf Club/Aiken, S.C.

8/15 Florida State 300 287 587
T15 Matt Adcock 72 72 144
T37 Adam Wallace 78 70 148
T45 Rusty Mosley 76 74 150
T45 Tim Vickers 74 76 150
T52 Mark Sestilio 80 71 151


Palmetto Intercollegiate/Par 71/(Final Team Results)
Palmetto Golf Club/Aiken, S.C.

1. Charleston 569 9. Florida State 587
2. USC-Aiken 574 10. Georgia State 589
3. South Carolina 575 11. Furman 590
4. Kansas 577 12. South Florida 593
5. Texas-Arlington 578 13. Texas Tech 596
6. Vanderbilt 582 14. Tulane 606
7. Virginia Commonwealth 583 15. Presbyterian 612
8. Maryland 584
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