February 8, 2000 - by
Seminoles Finish 13th At Bridges All-American

Feb. 8, 2000

BAY ST. LOUIS, Miss. – The Florida State men’s golf team finished
in 13th place at the Bridges All-American Intercollegiate tournament.
With a final round score of 303, the Seminoles finished one stroke
behind the University of Memphis and Troy State and two strokes ahead of
Arkansas State.

Leading the Tribe were Senior Guy Bradley and Freshmen Brad
Lusenhop. Bradley and Lusenhop finished tied for 34th place with a total
score of 225. Both Lusenhop and Senior Ryan Felty fired low rounds of
72. Junior Kris Hannah tied with five other golfers to finish in 51
place. Felty and Jason Lopez tied with three other golfer to finished in
70th place.

Georgia State rallied from behind, beating Alabama-Birmingham by
one stoke. Louisiana State took the third spot, seven strokes off the
lead. Tournament host , Southern Mississippi grabbed the tenth with a
score of 903.

Jack Croyle of Georgia State beat UAB’s Tyrol Auret by one
stroke to win individual honors. Teammate D.J. Fiese finished in third

The Seminoles next tournament will be the Mercedes-Benz
Collegiate Championship in Jacksonville, FL on February 21 and 22.

FSU TEAM SCORE    307-296-303 906

Guy Bradley 76-76-73 225 (t34) Bradley Lusenhop 75-72-78 225 (t34) Kris Hannah 77-73-80 230 (t51) Ryan Felty 80-82-72 234 (t70) Jason Lopez 79-75-20 234 (t70)

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