2004-05 Men's Golf News

  • Heath Posts Best Professional Finish
    June 20, 2005
    LUMBRES, France -- Former Augusta State standout James Heath shot a final round of one-over 72 Sunday and tied for third at the Aa St Omer Open at Aa St-Omer Golf Club.
  • Turner Takes 12th At Monroe Invitational
    June 19, 2005
    PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Augusta State's Emmett Turner carded a final round of three-over 73 Saturday and finished in a tie for 12th at the 65th Annual Monroe Invitational Championship at Monroe Golf Club.
  • ASU Lands Four All-America Selections
    June 14, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State’s senior trio of Kalle Edberg, Scott Jamieson and Emmett Turner, along with sophomore Major Manning, have each been named PING All-America selections, according to a recent announcement from the Golf Coaches Association of America.
  • USA Takes Back Palmer Cup
    June 10, 2005
    MOSEL, Wis. -- Augusta State's Kalle Edberg and Scott Jamieson earned three points Thursday for Team Europe, yet it wasn't enough to prevent Team USA from reclaiming possession of the Palmer Cup with a 14-10 victory at Whistling Straits Irish Course.
  • Turner Named Academic All-District
    June 07, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State senior Emmett Turner has been selected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III University Division Men’s At-Large Team, according to a recent announcement from the CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) Academic All-America committee.
  • Jags 10th At NCAA Championships
    June 04, 2005
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. --Augusta State sophomore Major Manning finished alone in fourth place Saturday afternoon at the NCAA Championships at Caves Valley Golf Club just outside of Baltimore. The fourth-ranked Jaguars posted a final round of seven-over 287 and finished alone in 10th place with a four-round total of 44-over 1164 (286-289-302-287).
  • Jags Look To Ride Momentum
    May 28, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The fourth-ranked Augusta State men's golf team departs Sunday for the NCAA Championships and Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Md., just outside of Baltimore.
  • Jaguars Take NCAA Central Regional
    May 21, 2005
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Fifth-ranked Augusta State fired a one-over 281 Saturday morning to capture the NCAA Central Regional at Warren Golf Course on the campus of the University of Notre Dame.
  • ASU Takes Second At The Maxwell
    May 15, 2005
    ARDMORE, Okla. -- Augusta State posted a 10-under 270 Sunday and finished in second place, just one shot behind top-ranked Oklahoma State in the 14th annual Perry Maxwell Intercollegiate at Dornick Hills Country Club.
  • Jamieson Named Player-of-the-Year
    May 10, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State senior Scott Jamieson, currently the 19th-ranked player in the nation and a recent selection to the 2005 European Palmer Cup Team, has been named the NCAA All-Independent Player-of-the-Year in a vote by sports information directors of the 15 institutions who compete as a Division I independent in men’s golf.
  • Jags' Turner Named Nelson Finalist
    May 10, 2005
    NORMAN, Okla. -- The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) has announced the finalists for the 2005 Byron Nelson Award presented by Cleveland Golf, in cooperation with the Four Seasons Resort and Club Las Colinas and the Salesmanship Club of Dallas. Finalists for the 2005 Nelson Award include Scott Anderson of Ohio State, Pepperdine’s Michael Putnam, Nicholas Thompson of Georgia Tech, Augusta State’s Emmett Turner and Lee Williams of Auburn.
  • Jags Headed To Central Regional
    May 09, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The Augusta State men’s golf program earned its eighth consecutive postseason bid and its 11th in the last 13 years when the Jaguars were made an at-large selection Monday by the NCAA Golf Committee. The Jags, ranked as high as sixth in the nation, will compete as the No. 2 seed in a NCAA Central Regional field that includes seven of the top 25 and 19 of the top 48 teams in the nation, according to the latest Golfstat rankings.
  • Pair Of Jags To Play In Palmer Cup
    April 21, 2005
    NORMAN, Okla. -- Augusta State seniors Kalle Edberg and Scott Jamieson have been selected to represent Europe in the 2005 Palmer Cup presented by Monster, according to a recent announcement from the Golf Coaches Association of America and European head coach Magnus Grankvist.
  • ASU Makes Upward Move
    April 07, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- With back-to-back, top-two finishes, including a victory in last weekend’s Augusta State University Invitational presented by Administaff, the Augusta State men’s golf team has jumped into the top 10 in two of collegiate golf’s rankings.
  • Jags Rally To Capture Invitational Title
    April 03, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State battled back from a late deficit Sunday afternoon to overtake third-ranked Georgia and claim the Augusta State University Invitational hosted by the Augusta Golf Association and presented by Administaff at Forest Hills Golf Club.
  • Jags' Jamieson Cards First Collegiate Title
    March 29, 2005
    AWENDAW, S.C. -- Augusta State senior Scott Jamieson shot a final round, three-under 68 Tuesday and earned the first collegiate victory of his career at the inaugural The Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate outside of Charleston at Bulls Bay Golf Club. Jamieson won by five shots over Wake Forest’s Webb Simpson and was seven strokes clear of Kentucky’s John Holmes and Chan Song of Georgia Tech.
  • Nation's Elite Headed To Augusta
    March 29, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The 2005 Augusta State University Invitational hosted by the Augusta Golf Association and presented by Administaff will once again boast one of the top fields in the tournament’s rich history.
  • Jags Take Eighth At Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational
    March 20, 2005
    STATESBORO, Ga. -- Augusta State posted a final round of seven-over 295 Sunday and finished in eighth place in the Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational at Forest Heights Country Club.
  • No. 10 Jaguars Back In Action
    March 17, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State travels to Statesboro, Ga., this weekend to participate in the Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational at Forest Heights Country Club.
  • Jaguars Fourth At Mercedes
    February 22, 2005
    PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Augusta State fired the second-lowest round of the day -- an even-par 288 -- and moved up to a fourth-place finish Tuesday in the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship at Sawgrass Country Club.
  • Jags Tee It Up Sunday At Sawgrass
    February 20, 2005
    AUGUSTA , Ga. -- The 17th-ranked Augusta State men's golf team, fresh off a solid sixth-place showing at the TaylorMade/Waikoloa Intercollegiate last weekend in Hawaii , gets right back to work when the Jaguars tee it up in the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship beginning Sunday, Feb. 20 at Sawgrass Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach , Fla.
  • Jaguars Hang Sixth-Place Effort In Hawaii
    February 11, 2005
    WAIKOLOA, Hawaii -- Augusta State fired a final round of 14-under 274 Friday and moved up to a sixth-place finish in the TaylorMade/Waikoloa Intercollegiate at the Waikoloa Village Golf Club Kings’ Course. The 12th-ranked Jaguars finished with a three-round total of 37-under 827, the second-best, 54-hole total in school history.
  • Jags Look For Strong Spring Start
    February 08, 2005
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The 12th-ranked Augusta State men’s golf team opens its 2005 spring schedule on Wednesday, Feb. 9 when the Jags tee it up in the 15th annual TaylorMade Waikoloa Intercollegiate at the Waikoloa Beach Resort Kings’ Course on the “Big Island” of Hawaii.
  • Jaguar Golf Inks Pair
    December 23, 2004
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State men’s golf coach Josh Gregory announced Thursday that Janne Kaske and Stephen Swanepoel have signed national letters-of-intent to play for the Jaguars beginning in the fall of 2005. The duo represents the early signees for Gregory, now in his third season at the helm of the ASU men’s golf program.
  • Heath Fourth In Professional Debut
    November 28, 2004
    MEXICO CITY, Mexico -- Former Augusta State standout James Heath carded a final round of two-under 69 Sunday and finished in fourth place in his professional debut in the 47º Abierto Mexicano (2004 Mexico Open) at Club de Golf La Hacienda.
  • ASU Ranked 12th in Final Fall Poll
    November 23, 2004
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- With a pair of top-five finishes, including a victory at the prestigious Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, the Augusta State men’s golf team wrapped up its fall season with a No. 12 national ranking in the GCAA (Golf Coaches Association of America)/Precept Coaches Poll. The Jaguars also remained in the top 20 in the final Golfweek magazine rankings, finishing at No. 14.
  • Jags 11th at Carpet Capital Collegiate
    November 07, 2004
    ROCKY FACE, Ga. -- Augusta State carded a three-over 291 Sunday and moved up to 11th place in the Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic at The Farm Golf Club.
  • Jags Excel At World Amateur
    October 31, 2004
    RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico -- The Augusta State men’s golf program, the only U.S. collegiate golf program with two players in the field, was well represented at the 2004 World Amateur Team Championships at Rio Mar Country Club, which concluded when Sunday's final round was cancelled due to inclement weather.
  • ASU Vaults Up National Rankings
    October 29, 2004
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- With back-to-back, top-five finishes in two of the nation’s premier events, the Augusta State men’s golf team has jumped up to 14th in the latest Golfweek magazine rankings.
  • Jaguars Finish Fifth At Isleworth
    October 27, 2004
    WINDERMERE, Fla. -- Augusta State posted a final round of five-over 293 Tuesday and finished in fifth place in the inaugural Isleworth Collegiate Invitational at Isleworth Country Club.
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