TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – For the third consecutive year, the Florida State Men’s Golf team participates in the Querencia Cabo Collegiate located at the scenic Los Cabos Querencia on Feb. 26-28 in Mexico.
The Seminoles are led by No. 1 golfer Harry Ellis this weekend. Ellis, an England native, recently jumped up to eighth in the latest Arnold Palmer Cup standings on the European side. In the 2016-17 year, he has put together an average score of 71.80 and already has five rounds played in the 60s.
Entering his redshirt junior year, Ellis had just one round in the 60s. His seven rounds at par or better this year is already more than the six he had entering the year.
Senior Josh Lee looks to be another anchor for the Seminoles this weekend, hoping to pick up momentum from the way he ended his junior season in the NCAA Championship. The Orange Park, Fla., native is averaging a 72.60 score and has a Top-15 finish so far this year.
The Seminoles won the Querencia Cabo Collegiate two years ago, with Lee tying for 25th which included a first-round 69.
Redshirt freshman Jonathan Keppler, sophomore Corey Carlson and freshman Greyson Porter will also compete in Mexico beginning this year. Fellow freshman Jake Carter will compete individually.
Cabo, Mexico is currently in Mountain Standard Time and two hours behind Eastern Standard Time. On Sunday, all six Seminoles begin a shot-gun start at 11 a.m. between holes 10-14 as well as 17.
The 15-team tournament also includes Vanderbilt, Baylor, Washington, Georgia, Arkansas, Texas, California, Houston, Mississippi, Oklahoma State, Duke, Wake Forest, USF and Rice.
All live stats from the tournament can be followed on golfstat.com.
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