TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – The Florida State men’s golf team finished the Cabo Collegiate in second place on Wednesday afternoon at TPC San Antonio.
The third-ranked Seminoles wrapped up the week with an impressive round of 12-under 276 and completed the three-day tournament with a combined 3-under (298-287-276) score. Four golfers for the Noles were able to shoot their best round of the week on the final day of play.
The FSU team finished in second place over No. 19 Texas A&M (-1), No. 22 Texas Tech (+8), and No. 7 Arizona State (+10). They only trailed No. 1 Oklahoma (-4), which won the tournament by one stroke.
Senior John Pak and graduate transfer Vincent Norrman led the way for the Seminoles throughout the length of this tournament, as they both tied for third on the player’s leaderboard. Four of the FSU golfers placed within the top 30 to help the Noles finish in second as a team in San Antonio.
Pak shot six birdies on the day, including four in the last five holes, to complete the third round at 4-under 68. The All-American brought his total on the week to 3-under (71-74-68) and finished the tournament tied for third place.
Norrman only had two birdies in the third round but recovered on the 18th hole with an eagle to record even-par on the day. The graduate transfer tied Pak at third overall on the leaderboard with a combined score of 3-under (73-68-72).
Freshman Brett Roberts had the low score for the Seminoles in the final round shooting 5-under 67 and finished the week at 3-over (78-74-67) combined. Roberts’ score in the third round tied his season-best round of 5-under 67 from the first round of the Seminole Intercollegiate earlier this season.
Freshman Frederik Kjettrup recorded under par for a second consecutive day at 3-under 69 to bring his total on the week to 5-over (81-71-69) combined and tied for 29th overall. Redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson shot 2-over 74 on the day and completed the tournament at 9-over (76-75-74).
Senior Connor Futrell, who is playing as an individual unattached to the team, capped off his great week at 4-under 68 in the third round and even-par (73-75-68) overall. He finished the tournament as the top unattached individual, as well as placing tied for 10th on the leaderboard.
FSU had the best average score on par three holes (E) and second-best average score on par five holes (-13). The Noles also had the third-most total birdies (48), the fourth-most total pars (165), and tied for the most total eagles (2) over the course of this three day tournament.
The Seminoles men’s golf team will be back in action on Mar. 15-16, where they will compete in the Floridian Intercollegiate in Stuart, Fla.