JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga. - The Sewanee golf programs concluded a 54-hole tournament over the weekend at the Jekyll Island Collegiate. The Tiger men, ranked 11th in the nation, finished in a tie for 20th, while the women's team claimed 13th place out of 23 teams.
INSIDE THE TOURNAMENT
Sewanee Men's Golf: Finished in a tie for 20th out of 30 teams (909 | 301-302-306)
Sewanee Women's Golf: Finished 13th out of 23 teams (968 | 327-316-325)
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-Meghan Symonds finished the weekend with a 228 (+12, 76-75-77) during the three-round tournament, good for a tie for eighth place out of 120 golfers, three strokes from the top 5.
-Natalie Javadi finished tied for 37th with a 239 score (80-79-80),
-Mary Elizabeth Benth fired a 250 (87-82-81), while Sophia Morrill posted a 254 (84-80-80).
-Caroline Cole rounded out the Sewanee scoring with a 260 during the tournament (91-82-87).
-Gray Matthews led the Tigers with a 223, +7 mark (73-73-77) during the 54 hole tournament.
-Tommy Oliver finished one stroke behind Matthews with a 224 (76-72-76).
-Taylor Mottern fired a 226 (76-77-73), while Basil Boyd recorded a 236 score (76-80-80).
-Rounding out the Tigers on the scorecard is Nic Vandeventer, who tallied a score of 242 (76-85-81).
The Sewanee men will next compete on the weekend of April 6-8 at the Division III Match Play Invitational in Greensboro, N.C.
The women's golf team will host the Sewanee Spring Invitational at the Greystone Golf Club April 8-9 in Dickson, Tenn.