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EASTERN FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE ATHLETICS
Mon, Sep. 11 TBA
at Dan York Memorial
Wallace State
Tue, Sep. 12 Final
M. Golf First place
at Dan York Memorial
Wallace State
Mon, Sep. 25 TBA
at Southeast District Preview
Snead State
Tue, Sep. 26 TBA
at Southeast District Preview
Snead State
Mon, Oct. 23 TBA
at National Preview
New Mexico Junior College
Tue, Oct. 24 TBA
at National Preview
New Mexico Junior College
Mon, Nov. 06 TBA
at Jefferson State Fall Invitational
Tue, Nov. 07 TBA
at Jefferson State Fall Invitational
Mon, Jan. 29 TBA
at Titan Winter Invitational
Tue, Jan. 30 Final
M. Golf Third place
at Titan Winter Invitational
Mon, Feb. 12 TBA
at Lioneer Invitational
Tue, Feb. 13 Final
M. Golf Third place
at Lioneer Invitational
Mon, Mar. 11 TBA
at Glenlakes Invitational
Tue, Mar. 12 Final
M. Golf Fourth place
at Glenlakes Invitational
Thu, Mar. 14 Final
at vs. Hamilton College
Mon, Apr. 01 TBA
at Barry Buccaneer Invitational
Tue, Apr. 02 Final
M. Golf 13th place
at Barry Buccaneer Invitational
Mon, Apr. 22 TBA
vs NJCAA Southeast District Championship
Cherokee Ridge Country Club Union Grove, Ala.
Tue, Apr. 23 TBA
at NJCAA Southeast District Championship
Cherokee Ridge Country Club Union Grove, Ala.
Tue, May. 14 TBA
at NJCAA Division I National Championships
Wed, May. 15 TBA
at NJCAA Division I National Championships
Thu, May. 16 TBA
at NJCAA Division I National Championships
Fri, May. 17 TBA
at NJCAA Division I National Championships
Men's golf team places third at Titan Winter Invitational

Men's golf team places third at Titan Winter Invitational

The Eastern Florida State College men's golf team shot the best round of the day as they finished in third place at the Titan Winter Invitational Tuesday at Suntree Country Club.

The Titans shot a 294 in the final round to move up into third place at 893. Central Alabama won the tournament, shooting a 296 in the final round to finish the tournament at 886. Southeastern University shot a 295 to finish at 891.

"We were consistent with the second round today, the first round played incredibly difficult. Everybody struggled with it and we had a couple of bad holes that sabotaged us," Eastern Florida State College men's golf coach Jamie Howell said. "We hung in there but it is the same old story, too many unforced errors."

Eastern Florida State College's Campbell Kennedy finished tied for fifth overall with Central Alabama's James Baker at 2-over for the tournament.

"He did a nice job, it has been a while since he competed and he stepped right in and I know he would have liked to have played better today but that was good for him," Howell said.

Nick Miller and Adam Vermut tied for 12 overall at 9-over as Vermut shot even par 72 and Miller finished at 1-over.

Bryan Hernandez shot a 74 including a 2 on the par 4 13th hole and Masen McKain had a 78.

"We are close, for the first one of the year, you always measure where you are at and what you have to get better at and it is just basics, nothing I am worried about other than being sloppy, that is what bothers me," Howell said.

The second team placed sixth overall as Hugo Griesheimer shot a 75 to finish tied for 22nd, Malik Laghjichi had an 80 and tied for 28th, Adam Ward finished with an 83 and Jamie Chepenik had an 85.

"They are working hard, when you are in the second group nobody wants to be there, they are all trying to move up but they are working hard and the more they work hard and compete, the better they will get," Howell said.

The men's golf team will compete in the Gulf Shores Invitational on Feb. 12 and 13.