Men's Golf |
March 17, 2013
CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati men’s golf team finished its three-day tournament at the Seminole Intercollegiate in Tallahassee, Fla., with a final score of 908 (306-296-306). Eleven teams competed in the competition at the Southwood Golf Course from March 15-17.
All five Bearcats finished within eight strokes of each other, led by freshman Blake Hamilton (Union, Ky./Ryle) who finished tied for 44th place (75-73-77=225). Sophomore Jared Howard (Dublin, Ohio/Jerome) came in 54th pace (74-79-76=229), freshman Emerson Newsome (Hoschton, Ga./Mill Creek) and senior David Tepe (Liberty Township, Ohio/Lakota East) finished tied for 55th (78-76-76=230 and 79-72-79=230, respectively) while sophomore Michael Wolf (Cincinnati, Ohio/Moeller) rounded out the UC contention in 57th place (81-75-77=233).
Cincinnati finished in 10th place, topping Boston College which finished with a final score of 919. No. 20 Florida State, the tournament host, took home the team crown with a score of 839 (277-284-278). No. 43 Mississippi State (846 strokes), No. 48 Coastal Carolina (852 strokes), South Florida (861 strokes) and Ohio State (862 strokes) rounded out the top-five teams.
Individually, No. 5 David Berger of Florida State finished on top, scoring a 205 (67-69-69).
The Bearcats will be back in action on Mon., March 25 and Tues., March 26 when they compete at the Memphis Intercollegiate in Memphis, Tenn.