TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Redshirt junior Harry Ellis recorded a career-low 6-under 65 in Tuesday’s final round at the Querencia Cabo Collegiate to finish tied for 21st overall. Florida State Men’s Golf placed 10th in the tournament, finishing 14-over (288-292-286).
Ellis started hot and remained that way in the final round, carding an eagle on the par-5 ninth hole, which was his second hole of the day. The team captain and England native had five more birdies, and now has six rounds in the 60s in his quality 2016-17 year.
Ellis’ 65 tied for the low round of the tournament among all players, matching Wake Forest’s Paul McBride and his first-round 65 as well as USF’s Claudio Correa’s third-round score.
Senior Josh Lee finished with a 2-over 73 on Tuesday and tied for 35th at 4-over. Redshirt freshman Jonathan Keppler shot a 1-over 72 on the final day and also tied for 35th at 4-over for the tournament.
Freshman Greyson Porter had a 76 and tied for 50th (7-over 220), while freshman Jake Carter tied for 56th at 9-over through his three rounds. Sophomore Corey Carlson was 16-over for the tournament.
The Seminoles recorded the most pars of any other team at the Querencia Cabo Collegiate with 175. Lee tied for the most of any individual with 41, while Keppler was tied for third with 40.
Oklahoma State won in Cabo after shooting 29-under par (273-279-271).
FSU returns with its home tournament, the Seminole Intercollegiate, held March 10-12, at Southwood Golf Club in Tallahassee.
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