May 30, 2022 - by

Anderson, Bradbury Wrap up Seasons at NCAAs

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson and senior Dan Bradbury put the finishing touches on Florida State Men’s Golf’s 2021-22 year on Monday as part of the individual national championship at the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club.

With a final-round 74 on Monday, Anderson tied for 40th and was the best-finishing Seminole at the NCAA Final. The Camden, Maine, native leaves Scottsdale with an overall score of 11-over on his scorecard (71-72-74-74). Entering the day he was one of nine individuals from non-advancing teams who were grouped in with the rest of the remaining competitors.

Anderson had two birdies in his fourth round, shooting an even-par 35 on his first nine holes (10-18) before carding a 39 on his final nine. Anderson paced the Seminoles all weekend and ends his redshirt sophomore campaign with plenty of momentum for next year.

Bradbury recorded a 78 on Monday and tied for 61st overall at 17-over (73-75-71-78). He managed three birdies on the front nine.

The Wakefield, England, native ends his Seminole season in fulfilling fashion, making the fourth round of play and tying for eighth at the NCAA Palm Beach Regional. Bradbury began the postseason having to miss the ACC Championship because of an emergency appendectomy.

Bradbury became a Top 100 golfer this season, ranking 97th according to Golfstat.

Vanderbilt’s Gordon Sargent won a four-player playoff to become the NCAA Men’s Golf Individual Champion at even par.

The match play quarterfinals are also set and include Vanderbilt (1), Oklahoma (2), North Carolina (3), Texas (4), Oklahoma State (5), Pepperdine (6), Arizona State (7) and Texas Tech (8).

Stay tuned with Florida State Men’s Golf on Twitter (@fsugolf) and Instagram (@fsugolf) through the entire offseason.

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