Men's golf finishes in 14th place at USF Invitational

The Eastern Michigan University men’s golf team finished in 14th place in the USF Invitational this weekend at Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club in Dade City, Fla.

The Eagles finished with a three-round score of 56 in the tournament, and tied with Marquette University.

Round 1 Results

•Freshman Stuart Grehan topped out the first round for the Eagles, finishing at even par (72)

•Freshman Brett White finished at three over par (75)

•Senior Spencer Slade finished at four over par (76)

•Junior Brian Churchill-Smith finished at five over par (77)

•Freshman Josh Heinze finished at six over par (78)

Round 2 Results

•Slade and White both finished at five over par (77)

•Grehan finsihed at six over par (78)

•Churchill-Smith finished at seven over par (79)

•Heinze finished at eight over par (80)

Round 3 Results

•Slade had a better third round and improved to one under par (71)

•Grehan and White finished out the tournament at seven over par (79)

•Smith and Heinze finished out the tournament at eight over par (80)

Final Results

1. North Carolina State (-4)

2. South Carolina (-3)

3. Florida State University (-1)

4. University of Southern Florida (9 over par)

5. University of Virginia (17 over par)

6. Mercer University (19 over par)

7. University of Kentucky (20 over par)

8. Kennesaw State University (21 over par)

9. Troy University (28 over par)

10. University of Louisville (29 over par)

11. Middle Tennessee State University (39 over par)

12. Rice University (45 over par)

13. University of Cincinnati (55 over par)

14. Eastern Michigan University (56 over par)

15. Marquette University (56 over par)

16. University of Wisconsin (60 over par)

17. De Paul University (64 over par)

Albin Choi, a junior at North Carolina State, finished in first place for the tournament for North Carolina State.

In the first round he finished four under par. In the second round, he finished again at four under par. In the final round he finished even at par, thus giving him the first-place, eight under par score.

Along with his first-place finish, North Carolina had three other players finish in the top 25, and one more in the top 60.

The Eagles have another tournament to look forward to this coming Sunday in Pinehurst, S.C., when the team takes part in the Pinehurst Intercollegiate Tournament.

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