SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Seminoles.com) – Jamie Li is off to a nice start in what he hopes will be his biggest season yet. The senior England native fired a final-round 67 and finished 3-under overall (72-68-67) to lead Florida State Men’s Golf at this weekend’s Maui Jim Intercollegiate held at Mirabel Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Despite the Seminoles finishing last in the tournament with a final score of 18-over (283-290-285), Li was a bright spot this weekend in what will be a very important year for him. His final round included four birdies and just one hole over par. Through his three rounds played, Li totaled 14 birdies to tie for the eighth most in the field.
Li tied for 24th among the tournament’s 75 competing golfers. He climbed the leaderboard over the three days and went from 57th to 44th to 24th.
Arizona State won the Maui Jim Intercollegiate after shooting 38-under. The Sun Devils’ Cameron Sisk led the field by shooting 14-under.
Sophomore Calvin Sierota finished second among the Seminoles, tying for 55th at 4-over (74-71-69). He saved his best round of the weekend for Sunday, carding a 32 on the back nine where he started from to finish with a 69. Sierota birdied three of his first six holes in his final round, including consecutive birdies to begin on holes 10 and 11.
Redshirt freshman Cole Anderson shot a 78 on Sunday and finished tied for 67th at 10-over (66-76-78). Junior Parker Reddig and sophomore Alberto Martinez each tied for 71st, shooting 14-over apiece.
In the Mea Lanakila Individual, senior Greyson Porter (+13) and freshman Fletcher Wunderlich (+13) each tied for 25th.
Florida State returns to the OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational held at Olympia Fields on Sept. 20-22.