PBC Men’s Golf Update – March 20, 2019

USC Aiken's George Eubank
USC Aiken's George Eubank

Pacers Take Seventh At Bobcat Invitational

EATONTON, Ga. – The University of South Carolina Aiken golf team tied for seventh at the Bobcat Invitational, which wrapped up Tuesday afternoon.

The Pacers posted scores of 290-281-309. The squad shot 40-over par, 880. Head coach Michael Carlisle's team was the top PBC squad in the 15-team field.  Lander was ninth with Columbus State 10th, Clayton State and Georgia Southwestern tied for 12thand Georgia College 15th.

Lynn won the event (+14, 854). Florida Southern (+23, 863), Barry (+24, 864), Rollins (+30, 870), West Florida (+32, 872) and Nova Southeastern (+36, 876) were ahead of USC Aiken. Limestone tied the Pacers after shooting 290-289-301.

Dan Sheehan led the Pacers with a seventh-place finish. He posted scores of 72-69-72. Sheehan shot three-over par, 213.

George Eubank shot 10-over par, 220. He tallied scores of 72-69-79 while finishing tied for 24th.

August Lindvall and Thomas Trowbridge tied for 42nd. The dyad shot 14-over par, 224. Lindvall posted scores of 74-71-79 while Trowbridge garnered scores of 73-72-79.

Maxime Legros led Lander with a 216 total, including a 2-under 68 in the second round, to tie for 14th. Jon Parker finished tied for 28th with a 221 total. Conor Cull's 223 gave him a tie for 38th, while Michael Brodie shot a 227 to finish 54th. Roberto Garagorri rounded out the Lander lineup, tying for 75th with a 236 total. 

Columbus State finished round three shooting a 304 to give them an overall score of 888 for the tournament. 

Jordan Doull and Preston Wagaman finished as the top scorers for CSU in the invitational each carding a 220 through the three rounds. Wagaman had a team best 74 on the day as he moved all the way up from 43rd to a 24th place finish. Doull fired a 6-over 76 in the final round putting him in a tie with his teammate for 24th overall. 

The Cougars then got three rounds of 77 from their remaining three players to wrap up the final round of the tournament. Cole Cruickshank finished with a 12-over 222 putting him just two shots back of Doull and Wagaman for a 33rd place finish. 

Freshman Javier Gonzalez led Clayton State with 70-73-79-222 to finish tied for 33rd while senior Andres Caballero tied for 38th (71-74-78-223).
 
They were joined by sophomore Raul Carbonell in tie for 42nd place with rounds of 74-72-78-224 and freshman Augusto Oliva was tied for 48th at 67-72-86-225. Junior Nick Woof rounded things out in a 59th place tie at 72-79-79-230.

Georgia Southwestern was led once again by Vincent Norrman, who shot a 78 in his final round to finish in a tie for 17that 217.  Ryan Cahill was next at 221 following a 73 on Tuesday with Tyler Barker going 79-73-78 for a 230 and a tie for 58th.  Elias Birkeland was tied for 67thand Cole Madison tied for 72nd.

Sophomore Daniel Davis (Columbus) led the Bobcats for the second time this season, finishing 24thin the 81-golfer field at 10-over par. He had a 73 and 70 yesterday to go with today's 77.

Junior Austin Mancilla was second on the team and 42nd overall, carding a 78 today to go with yesterday's 72 and 74 for 14-over par. Classmate Drew Duffie was plus-23 in 69thplace after a 79 and two 77s. 

Freshman Hilton Beck had a pair of 83s wrapped around a second-round even par effort for plus-26 in 75th. Round two was the best of the freshman's young collegiate career. Rounding out the starters was rookie Isaac Samples, plus-41 in 79th

The Bobcats also sent five individuals to the course, led by junior Alex Wells in 69th. He posted a 77-76-80. Senior Mati Chiappero is 74th with a pair of 76s and an 83, while freshman Michael Zachary owns finished plus-28 in 77th. Freshman JT Kling is plus-39 in 78th, while senior Jake Minchew finished 80th at plus-45.