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Final Round Cancelled; Gamecocks Finish T-4th at All-American Intercollegiate
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Final Round Cancelled; Gamecocks Finish T-4th at All-American Intercollegiate

Four Carolina players place inside the top-25, led by senior Will Miles (T-7th, -2)

HUMBLE, Texas – Due to heavy rain throughout the day in the Houston area, the final round of the 2019 All-American Intercollegiate has been cancelled. The Gamecocks finished T-4th with a final 36-hole tally of 582 (+6). Senior Will Miles, senior Ryan Stachler and junior Jamie Wilson all tallied top-15 finishes for the Gamecocks.
Miles led the way, shooting 2-under (142) to place T-7th. It marks his sixth career top-10 in 31 events and first since a career-best fourth place finish at the 2017 Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic last fall. The Hilton Head Island, S.C., native, is T-2nd on the team now with seven rounds of par or better during the 2018-19 season.
Wilson, who competed as an individual this week, shot 1-under (143) to place T-9th and record his second career top-10. The Mount Pleasant, S.C., native, finished T-5th as a freshman helping Carolina win the team title at the 2017 Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate. This week, he recorded his first two scores of par or better this season and now has 19 for his career in 56 rounds played.
Stachler bounced back from a 75 (+3) in the opening round with a team-best 70 (-2) yesterday to move 41 spots up the leaderboard and finish T-12th, his fourth career top-20. The Alpharetta, Ga., native, missed the entire season last year with a hip injury. His top-15 this week at the All-American is his best finish since back-to-back top-10s in the spring of his sophomore year at the General Hackler Championship at the Palmetto Intercollegiate.
Senior Scott Stevens finished T-22nd at 3-over par, just missing out on the 26th top-20 of his career. The Chattanooga, Tenn., native, leads the Gamecocks in nearly every statistical category and has finished inside the top-25 now in all five starts this season.
Junior Caleb Proveaux finished T-43rd (+6) and sophomore Jack Parrott placed T-63rd (+10) in his collegiate debut. 
Carolina is off until the Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate March 11-12 in Aiken, S.C. at historic Palmetto Golf Club.
1. Sam Houston State – 573 (-3)
T2. Baylor – 578 (+2)
T2. Houston – 578 (+2)
T4. South Carolina – 582 (+6)
T4. Charlotte – 582 (+6)
6. Ole Miss – 583 (+7)
7. UTSA – 587 (+11)
8. Rice – 591 (+15)
9. North Texas – 597 (+21)
10. McNeese State – 598 (+22)
11. Louisiana – 599 (+23)
12. Lamar – 602 (+26)
T-13. New Mexico State – 604 (+28)
T-13. UT Arlington – 604 (+28)

T-7. Will Miles – 142 (-2)
T-9. *Jamie Wilson – 143 (-1)
T-12. Ryan Stachler – 145 (+1)
T-22. Scott Stevens – 147 (+3)
T-43. Caleb Proveaux – 150 (+6)
T-63. Jack Parrott – 154 (+10)
*playing as an individual