Mens Golf Gains Ground on Day Two, Finishes 5th at Rollins College Invitational
OCOEE– The Columbus State Men's golf team improved on their sixth place standing after one day of competition at the 2010 Rollins College Invitational to finish in fifth for the tournament on Tuesday in Ocoee, Florida. The Cougars shot rounds of 293,294 and 288 to finish with a team score of 875 for the invitational.
Lynn University brought home the tourney trophy with a score of 845. Rollins College finished in second with an 861. Rollins was followed Nova Southeastern (867), Brevard (869), and Columbus State (875) rounds out the top five.
The Cougars tied for the second-lowest round on day two with four out of five golfers shooting two-over par or better. CSU placed three golfers in the top 20 for the three-round event.
The Cougars were led by junior Stephen Swanepoel (214) who followed his day one consecutive rounds of 72 with a two-under 70 for round three, placing him in a tie for 4th. Not far behind was Stephen Woodill who finished with a score of 218. Woodill shot rounds of 71, 75, and 72 to finish in a tie for 14th.
Rourke Van der Spuy posted scores of 74, 73, and 72 for a 219. Van der Spuy finished in a tie for 18th overall. Justin Grice (225) finished in 33rd place with rounds of 77, 74, and 74. Rounding out play for CSU was Jeremy Britt (230) who finished in a tie for 46th with scores of 76, 77, and 77.