Eagles Conclude Competition at Jerry Pate Invitational
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. The Georgia Southern men’s golf team concluded competition at the Jerry Pate National Invitational, Tuesday afternoon, carding an 18-over 870 at the par-71, 6,958-yard Old Overton Country Club.
Freshman Logan Blondell (Lakeland, Fla.) and junior Ryan Zabroske (Alpharetta, Ga.) each carded a team-low 1-under 70 in the third and final round. Blondell finished tied for 31st place carding a 1-over 214, while Zabroske finished one stroke behind tied for 37th place with a 2-over 215 score. Zabroske’s third round score is a career-low, while both Blondell and Zabroske notched new career lows in 54 holes of competition.
All five Eagles improved their scores from round one to round two in the two-day tournament, while three more had their best rounds in the third and final outing.
The host school Alabama, hoping to defend the tournament title garnered the team win over 11 other schools in record-setting fashion, carding a tournament low 42-under 810. The Tide’s Mark Harrell and East Tennessee States’s Seamus Power shared the individual title, shooting a 15-under 198.
Next up, the Eagles will host the Mizuno Southbridge Intercollegiate to be played at the Southbridge Golf Club in Savannah, Ga., Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 15-16.
Published on Tuesday, 09 October 2007 00:09