Jags Take Third In Hackler

Jags Take Third In Hackler

MURRELLS INLET, S.C. -- Augusta State posted a final-round 299 Tuesday and finished in third place in the General Jim Hackler Championship at TPC Myrtle Beach.

The Jaguars, currently ranked No. 3 in the nation, were paced by junior Henrik Norlander's sixth-place effort. Sophomore Taylor Floyd tied for 10th while Patrick Reed and Mitch Krywulycz tied for 22nd. Carter Newman posted a 75 and tied for 45th. Senior Jake Amos, playing as an individual, carded a one-under 69 to jump into the top 10 and finish alone in ninth.

East Tennessee State posted a 296 and claimed a three-shot victory over tournament host Coastal Carolina. The Chanticleers enjoyed the best round of the day, combining for a three-over 291 to move into second place. Pepperdine and Wake Forest were fourth and fifth, respectively.

ETSU's Seamus Power, the overnight leader, shared medalist honors with Pepperdine's Josh Anderson at one-under 215.

The Jags return to action March 28 in the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate at Bulls Bay Golf Club in Awendaw, S.C., just outside of Charleston.

For full-field results, visit the official website of ASU Athletics – www.aug.edu/athletics

 


General Jim Hackler Championship
TPC Myrtle Beach
Par 72 – 6,950 yards
Murrells Inlet, S.C.
March 14-15, 2010
 
 Augusta State Individual Results 
6   Henrik Norlander           77-67-74=218          +2
T10 Taylor Floyd               73-72-76=221          +5
T22 Mitch Krywulycz            81-71-75=227         +11
T22 Patrick Reed               79-73-75=227         +11
T45 Carter Newman              81-80-75=236         +20
9 *Jake Amos                   77-74-69=220         +4
-- denotes competing as an individual
 
Team Results
1. East Tennessee State        294-293-296=883 +19
2. Coastal Carolina            298-297-291=886 +22
3. AUGUSTA STATE               310-283-299=892 +28
4. Pepperdine                  299-292-303=894 +30
5. Wake Forest                 296-298-301=895 +31
6. North Carolina State        306-291-309=906 +42
7. UNC Wilmington              312-295-300=907 +43
8. Duke                        309-297-302=908 +44
9. Kent State                  312-302-309=923 +59
10. Lamar                      305-303-317=925 +61
11. Kennesaw State             315-304-311=930 +66
12. Minnesota                  308-304-322=934 +70
                           

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