Gamecocks Take 10th At Carpet Capital Collegiate
Sept. 11, 2016
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Round 1: 69
Round 2: 71
Round 3: 71
To Par: -5
Round 1: 73
Round 2: 77
Round 3: 69
To Par: +3
Round 1: 70
Round 2: 76
Round 3: 80
To Par: +10
Round 1: 75
Round 2: 76
Round 3: 78
To Par: +13
Round 1: 71
Round 2: 72
Round 3: 79
To Par: +6
|Jamie Wilson (IND.)
Round 1: 74
Round 2: 73
Round 3: 72
To Par: +3
ROCKY FACE, Ga. — South Carolina placed 10th in its first outing of the year at the Carpet Capital Collegiate today after shooting an 875 (+11). The Gamecocks shot a 297 (+9) Sunday, 295 (+7) Saturday and a 283 (-5) on Friday. Scott Stevens posted the low round of the day for the Gamecocks with a 69 (-3).
Virginia won the tournament in commanding fashion after finishing 31-under-par. The Cavaliers shot 280 (-8) on the final day. Auburn took home runner-up honors after carding a final team score of 25-under-par. Clemson (-16) and LSU (-12) rounded out the top-four.
Georgia Tech’s Luke Schniederjans took home top individual honors with a final score of 11-under-par. Schniederjans shot 69 in round one, 66 in round two and 70 today en route to the top of the leaderboard.
Junior Keenan Huskey shot under-par for the third consecutive day, carding a 71 (-1) on Sunday. He finished the tournament in 16th with a score of 5-under-par. Huskey’s round of 71 today was the 22nd of his career under-par. The Greenville, S.C. native shot 3-under on the front nine Sunday with three birdies. Huskey finished the day with four birdies and 14 birdies total for the tournament.
Stevens’ team-leading 69 today was his first round under-par at the tournament. He finished tied for 38th after posting a final score of 3-over-par. Stevens had four birdies Sunday, including three on the back nine. He shot a 35 (-1) on the front nine and a 34 (-2) on the back.
Sophomore Ryan Stachler finished the tournament tied for 60th with a final score of 10-over-par. The Alpharetta, Ga. native carded an 80 (8+) on the final day of action. He shot a 38 (+2) on the front nine and a 42 (+6) on the back.
Sophomore Will Miles carded a final round 78 (+6) to finish the tournament 13-over-par, tied for 68th. Miles carded a 42 (+6) on the front nine today and a 36 (E) on the back with one birdie.
Ben Dietrich finished the tournament tied for 49th at 6-over-par after a final day 79 (+7). The Bluffton, S.C. native carded 40 (+4) on the front nine with one birdie and a 39 (+3) on the back.
True freshman Jamie Wilson, who played in his first tournament as a Gamecock this weekend, carded a 72 (E) on the final day of action to finish tied for 38th with Stevens. The Mt. Pleasant, S.C. native, who played individually in the tournament, shot a 40 (+4) on the front nine and a 32 (-4) on the back with five birdies. Wilson’s five birdies Sunday led the team.
Quoting Coach Bill McDonald
“Keenan had a solid tournament and it was nice to see Scott’s form return today. Otherwise, this team, and our coaching staff, has a lot of work to do if we intend to be competitive at a high level. I am looking forward to the next few weeks to see how our guys respond to adversity and disappointment.”
Stevens three-under-par (69) round Sunday tied Huskey for the low round by a Gamecock this weekend. It was his 17th career round of par or better. Stevens was the only Gamecock to shoot under-par on the front and back nine in the same round this weekend.
- Wilson led the field in par 5 scoring average at 4.33. The true freshman finished 8-under on the long holes this weekend. Wilson also tied for the field lead in eagles with two.
- The Gamecocks recorded 41 birdies and 171 pars in the three-day event. The 171 pars by the Gamecocks ranked fourth in the field.
Up Next for the Gamecocks
South Carolina has the week off then gets back in action the following weekend at the Maui Jim Collegiate in Scottsdale, Ariz. The tournament will be played at the Mirabel Golf Club and takes place Sept. 23-25.