2002-03 Men's Golf Releases

  • Augusta State's Turner Takes 89th Carolinas Amateur Championship
    July 13, 2003
    OKATIE -- Emmett Turner still isn't sure if he prefers match play, but it suited him well enough on Sunday to capture the 89th Carolinas Amateur title 2 and 1 over Port Royal's Matt O'Quinn on Sunday at Chechessee Creek Club.
  • Europe Claims Palmer Cup, Defeats USA, 14-10
    July 13, 2003
    KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. — Europe continued its hot play from day one to claim the 2003 Palmer Cup by Monster, 14-10. The Europeans held a 7-5 lead after the first day, but claimed six of the 12 matches on Friday and halved two others for the win. The win was the first by Team Europe on American soil in the seven years of the Palmer Cup. The United States leads the series 4-2-1.
  • Former ASU All-American Jamie Elson Claims First Professional Victory
    July 06, 2003
    ESPOON GOLFSEURA, Finland -- Jamie Elson, a former two-time All-America at Augusta State, captured his first professional victory Sunday in the Volvo Finnish Open.
  • ASU'S Turner Finishes Tied For 14th At Dogwood Invitational
    June 28, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State's Emmett Turner fired an even-72 in the final round Saturday to finish tied for 14th place at even-par 288 after four rounds of the 36th annual Dogwood Invitational at Chateau Elan The Legends Course in Braselton, Ga.
  • Gregory-Led Team USA Set To Open Play
    June 16, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. - Augusta State men's golf head coach Josh Gregory will lead Team USA into the 12th annual World Junior Golf Team Championships beginning Tuesday, June 17 in Kobe, Japan at Rosewood Country Club.
  • Jags' Turner Posts Final-Round 70, Ties For 26th At Monroe Invitational
    June 16, 2003
    PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Augusta State's Emmett Turner carded a final round of even-par 70 Saturday and finished in an eight-way tie for 26th in the Monroe Invitational Championship at Monroe Golf Club.
  • Augusta State Takes Seventh At NCAA's
    May 30, 2003
    STILLWATER, Okla. -- Augusta State fired a final round of 14-over 302 Friday to move from ninth place to seventh in the NCAA Championships at Karsten Creek Golf Club. The finish marks ASU's second-best showing in school history, matching the Jags' seventh-place effort at the 2001 NCAA Championships at Duke University Golf Club in Durham, N.C.
  • Augusta State Bound for NCAA Championships
    May 23, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Riding the momentum of their most successful season in school history, the Augusta State Jaguars depart for Stillwater, Okla., Saturday morning and the NCAA Championships.
  • Augusta State Rakes In Golf Honors
    May 22, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State dominated the voting in the NCAA All-Independent men's and women's golf teams Thursday in a vote of independent sports information directors and coaches.
  • ASU Advances To NCAA Championships
    May 17, 2003
    AUBURN, Ala. -- Augusta State clinched a berth in the NCAA Championships for the fifth time in the last six seasons Saturday following the final round of the NCAA East Regional at Auburn University Club at Yarbrough Farms.
  • ASU Golfers Honored At Banquet
    May 13, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The Augusta State men's golf team held its annual awards banquet Tuesday at Forest Hills Golf Club before setting off for the NCAA East Regional in Auburn, Ala.
  • ASU Takes Fifth At Atlanta Intercollegiate
    May 09, 2003
    STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. -- Second-ranked Augusta State carded a final round of two-under 292 Friday and finished fifth in the Atlanta Intercollegiate at Eagles Landing Country Club.
  • Augusta State Back to No. 2 in National Rankings
    May 07, 2003
    NORMAN, Okla. - The Clemson Tigers remain atop the latest Precept Division I Coaches Poll, a position that they have held for sixth-straight rankings and for the entire spring season.
  • ASU's Wilson Named To Palmer Cup Team
    May 07, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. - Augusta State senior Oliver Wilson has been named to the European team for the 2003 Palmer Cup, according to an announcement from the Golf Coaches Association of America.
  • Augusta State's Gregory To Lead Team USA
    May 06, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. - Augusta State men's golf head coach Josh Gregory has been named Head Coach of the Team USA squad for this summer's Toyota World Junior Cup Championship in Japan.
  • Jaguars Headed To NCAA East Regional
    May 05, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. - Augusta State's men's golf team is heading to the NCAA East Regional in Auburn, Ala., after earning an at-large bid Monday from the NCAA Division I men's golf selection committee.
  • Hogan Semifinalists Announced
    April 15, 2003
    NORMAN, Okla. — Bank of America in cooperation with The Friends of Golf (FOG), Colonial Country Club and the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), has announced the 11 semifinalist for the 2003 Ben Hogan Award.
  • Jaguars Capture Title In Record-Setting Fashion
    April 06, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State and Clemson endured a four-hour rain delay and then staged one of the most dramatic duels in Cleveland Golf/Augusta State Invitational history Sunday afternoon at Forest Hills Golf Club, and it took an eagle on the 18th hole from ASU senior Oliver Wilson to deliver the Jaguars to the team title.
  • Jags Finish 10th at Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational; Wake Forest Wins Title
    March 23, 2003
    STATESBORO, Ga.-- Wake Forest carded a three-round total of 844 (-20) to claim a three-stroke victory over Clemson in the 2003 Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational held Saturday and Sunday at the par-72 Forest Heights Country Club. Augusta State finished in 10th place with 13-over par, after shooting rounds of 290-296-291 to finish with a three round total 877.
  • ASU Finishes in 12th Place at Toyota Men's Collegiate
    March 09, 2003
    Las Vegas, NV -- Augusta State shot a seven-over par 295 to finish with a three-round total 877 (+13) and 12th place at the Toyota Men's Collegiate Championship at Southern Highlands Golf Club Friday. The 12th place finish is only the second time all season the Jags have finished out of the top 10 and broke ASU's four-tournament win streak.
  • Clemson Retains Top Spot in Precept Coaches Poll
    February 26, 2003
    NORMAN, Okla. — Despite receiving only nine of 30 first-place votes, the Clemson Tigers remain No. 1 in the Precept Division I Coaches Poll, edging second-ranked Augusta State, 724-711. The Jaguars claimed nearly double the first-place votes of Clemson (17), but all of the Tigers remaining votes were in top four, allowing them to retain the top spot.
  • Jags Capture Fifth Title Of Season At Mercedes-Benz
    February 18, 2003
    PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Second-ranked Augusta State turned in the second-best round of the day to secure a 10-stroke victory over No. 1 Clemson Tuesday and capture the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate at Sawgrass Country Club. The victory is the fourth straight for the Jaguars and their fifth tournament title in the last six events.
  • ASU's Wilson Rises To Top Of National Rankings
    February 10, 2003
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State senior Oliver Wilson has taken over the No. 1 spot in the latest collegiate golf rankings, according to Golfweek magazine.
  • Jaguars Win Fourth Title At Gator Invitational
    February 09, 2003
    GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Augusta State shot the third-best round of the day as the Jaguars held off host and third-ranked Florida Sunday to win the Gator Invitational at the University of Florida Golf Club.
  • ASU Golf Ranked Second In The Nation
    November 27, 2002
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- On the strength of three victories during its fall schedule -- including two over top-ranked Clemson -- the Augusta State men's golf team has jumped to No. 2 in the final collegiate golf poll of the fall season, according to Golf World magazine.
  • ASU Beats Clemson for Hooters Match Play Championship
    November 10, 2002
    NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - The drama of match play golf was captured in Augusta State's thrilling 3-2 win over Clemson in the finals of the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championship at Barefoot Resort on Sunday, November 10.
  • Jaguars, Wilson Take Duke Golf Classic
    October 22, 2002
    DURHAM, N.C. -- Augusta State’s Oliver Wilson, ranked eighth in the nation, fired a four-under 68 Tuesday to capture medalist honors and lead ninth-ranked ASU to a tournament-low round of six-under 282, clinching the Duke Golf Classic at Duke Golf Club.
  • Augusta State Finishes in Seventh Place at Fresno State-Lexus Golf Classic
    October 13, 2002
    Augusta State held steady in the third round of the Fresno State-Lexus Golf Classic to finish in seventh place at the San Joaquin Country Club. The Jags has a three-round total 883 (303-293-287) to finish 13-shots back of tournament host and winner Fresno State, who shot 870 (289-295-286).
  • Turner, Jags Capture Ping/Golfweek Preview
    October 08, 2002
    STILLWATER, Okla. -- Sparked by medalist Emmett Turner's two-under 70, Augusta State fired a one-over 289 Tuesday -- the low round of the day -- to capture the prestigious Ping/Golfweek Preview at Karsten Creek Golf Club. The tournament field included the top 12 teams in Golfweek’s preseason rankings.
  • ASU Rallies For Second- Place Finish at Carpet Capital Classic
    September 29, 2002
    ROCKY FACE, Ga. -- For the second straight day, Augusta State fired the low round at the Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic at The Farm Golf Club. On the strength of their 11-under 277 -- a tournament record -- in Sunday‘s third and final round, the Jaguars rallied to finish second, just two strokes back of champion Clemson.
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