Men's Golf Finishes Third at Memphis Intercollegiate

March 26, 2013

Team    Rounds Score
1 2 3 F
1. Austin Peay 303 297 297 897 +33
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 318 283 298 899 +35
3. Memphis 304 312 290 906 +42
4. Louisville 304 310 296 910 +46
5. No. 35 Vanderbilt 306 312 294 912 +48
6. No. 46 South Alabama 303 315 298 916 +52
7. No. 43 Ball State 309 305 308 922 +58
8. UMKC 313 318 292 923 +59
9. Western Kentucky 311 307 308 926 +62
10. No. 29 Texas Tech 305 315 307 927 +63
11. Southern Miss 318 318 295 931 +67
12. Middle Tennessee 321 313 301 935 +71
13. Cleveland State 313 319 311 943 +79
 14. Cincinnati 321 316 308 945 +81
 15. Arkansas State 320 324 312 956 +92
 16. DePaul  329 323 315 967 +103
Memphis Leaders
1 2 3 F
7 * Lexus Keoninh 77 72 75 224 +8
T8 Grant Milner 80 78 67 225 +9
T12 Will Pearson 75 75 76 226 +10
T19 Cory Gaylord 77 79 72 228 +12
T19 * John Luke Tyner 75 77 76 228 +12
 T24 Thomas Perrot 74 80 75 229  +13
 T29 * Carlson Cox 85 75 71 231  +15
 T42 * Erwan Vieilledent 77 77 80 234  +18
 T62 Steve Lee 78 84 77 239  +23
 T70  * Alex Hoffman 84 81 79 244  +28
 *Competing as an individual  

CORDOVA, Tenn. - After tying for sixth on day one at the ninth annual Memphis Intercollegiate, the University of Memphis men's golf team fired a 2-over-par 290 in the final round to finish third at Colonial Country Club.

For the team, Grant Milner helped the Tigers finish in front of four top-50 teams with a 54-hole score of 225 (+9) to tie for eighth. Milner moved up the leaderboard from 45th in the final round after shooting a 5-under-par 67, which tied for the lowest round score in the tournament.

Will Pearson was one stroke behind with a 226 after a 4-over-par 72 in the third round to tie for 12th, while Cory Gaylord jumped into the top 20 by tying for 19th with a 228 after a tournament-best 72 in the final round. Thomas Perrot also finished inside the top 25 with a 229 following a final-round score of 75 to tie for 24th. Rounding out the Memphis team was Steve Lee, who tied for 62nd with a 239.

Lexus Keoninh had the highest finish for Memphis with a seventh-place outing while competing as an individual. Keoninh fired a 224 following a 75 in the third round. John Luke Tyner tied for 19th in his third tournament of the year with a third-round tally of 76 to total 228. Carlson Cox climbed in the final round from 57th to 29th after a 71 to close out the tournament with a 231. Also competing for Memphis was Erwan Vieilledent, who tied for 42nd with a 234, while Alex Hoffman tied for 70th with a total of 244.

Austin Peay claimed the team title with an 897 (+33) while Louisiana-Lafayette finished two strokes back at 899. Louisville finished four strokes behind Memphis with 910 while No. 35 Vanderbilt rounded out the top five with a 912.

Memphis will compete in its final regular season tournament of the spring in two weeks at the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship in West Point, Miss., Apr. 8-9.


 

 

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