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Oct. 25, 2015

GAMECOCK SCORECARDS
1. SEAN KELLY
Round 1: 79 (+9)
Round 2: 65 (-5)
Round 3: 75 (+5)
To Par: +9
Place: T-26
2. KEENAN HUSKEY
Round 1: 69 (-1)
Round 2: 68 (-2)
Round 3: 68 (-2)
To Par: -5
Place: 1st
3. SCOTT STEVENS
Round 1: 77 (+7)
Round 2: 65 (-5)
Round 3: 73 (+3)
To Par: +5
Place: T-10
4. WILL MILES
Round 1: 70 (E)
Round 2: 67 (-3)
Round 3: 71 (+1)
To Par: -2
Place: 2nd
5. RYAN STACHLER
Round 1: 72 (+2)
Round 2: 73 (+3)
Round 3: 73 (+3)
To Par: +8
Place: T-22
Team Standings
Pos. Team R1 R2 R3 Total
1. South Carolina 288 265 285 838 (-2)
2. Charleston Southern 289 295 279 863 (+23)
3. Furman 289 291 285 865 (+25)
4. USCA 285 295 290 870 (+30)
5. Wofford 285 290 299 874 (+34)
6. USC Upstate 296 290 289 875 (+35)
7. Georgia Southern 298 296 286 880 (+40)
8. Presbyterian 300 292 289 881 (+41)
9. Coastal Carolina 293 297 293 883 (+43)
10. Columbia 299 298 287 884 (+44)
11. Francis Marion 290 304 293 887 (+47)
Tournament Quick Facts

Dates: Oct. 24-25

Location: Camden, S.C.

Course: Camden Country Club

Par: 70

Yards: 6,455

CAMDEN, S.C. – For the second straight year, the South Carolina men’s golf team captured the Camden Collegiate Invitational title. The Gamecocks fired a 5-over (285) in Sunday’s final round and finished the tournament atop the leaderboard with an overall score of 2-under (838).

Keenan Huskey earned his first-ever medalist honors, finishing the weekend at 5-under (205) after posting a 68 (-2) in round three. The South Carolina sophomore made the turn at 1-over (36) before tallying three birdies over his final nine holes. Huskey finished the three-day event with a team-high 12 birdies.

Freshman Will Miles’ strong debut for the Gamecocks concluded with a second-place finish (-2). The Hilton Head, S.C., native posted a 1-over (71) in the third round after tallying three birdies on Sunday. He made the turn at 1-over (36) before recovering with birdies on holes No. 15 and 17.

Scott Stevens (T-10) marked the third Gamecock to earn a top-10 finish this weekend, as he finished the tournament at 5-over (215) after recording a 73 (+3) in round three. He earned pars on 13 of his 18 holes on Sunday, and his lone birdie of the day came on the par-5 seventh.

Redshirt senior Sean Kelly (T-26), who carded seven birdies in Saturday’s second round, turned in a 5-over (75) in the final round. He added three more birdies in the final round, and his 10 birdies this weekend ranked second behind Huskey.

Ryan Stachler carded a 3-over (73) in round three on his way to a 22nd-place finish (+8). He registered pars on eight of his final 11 holes on Sunday and ended his final round with a birdie on the par-4 18th. Playing as individuals, senior Brendan Gramley finished the tournament at 23-over (233), while sophomore Alex Handy totaled a score of 24-over (234).

Charleston Southern earned second-place honors (863, +23) following a 1-under (279) in round three, while Furman (865, +25) finished third. Huskey marked the first Gamecock to earn medalist honors this season.

Quoting Coach Bill McDonald

“It was a great win for our guys, and I’m really happy for Keenan. I think we created some great building blocks for the future of our program, and I am excited for the remainder of this season as well. The golf we played as a team over the last 45 holes of the event was truly special.”

Round Changer

Sophomore Keenan Huskey moved to the top of the leaderboard after notching three birdies over his final six holes. The Greenville, S.C., native carded a 3-under (32) on the back nine on Sunday.

Notable

  • Sunday’s victory was the first win for the Gamecocks this fall. South Carolina won five tournaments last season.
  • South Carolina has now won 15 tournaments under head coach Bill McDonald. His 15 victories are the most all-time in program history.
  • The Gamecocks’ 2-under (838) overall score this weekend marked the first time they finished a tournament under par since last season’s NCAA Regionals.
  • South Carolina finished with the most birdies (51) in the field for the tournament. The Gamecocks tallied the third-most pars (163) and finished first in par four scoring average (4.10).
  • Huskey’s 5-under (69-68-68=205) total this weekend was the second-lowest 54-hole score ever for a South Carolina sophomore. Eirik Johansen posted a 204 at the Palmetto Intercollegiate in the spring of 2004.

Up Next

The Gamecocks will wrap up the fall season in Lahaina, Hawaii, at the Ka’anapali Collegiate Invitational over Nov. 6-8 at Royal Ka’anapali Course.

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