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CO-GOLFERS OF THE WEEK
Sam Bennett, Texas A&M
Bennett, earned a share of medalist honors on the forty sixth annual John A. Burns Intercollegiate along with his event tally of 18-under, 198. Getting into the ultimate spherical down 5 strokes, Bennett shattered the A&M single-round report with an 11-under, 61. He topped each the Aggie low spherical rating and low spherical rating vs. par by two strokes. He began the ultimate spherical with birdies on 10 of the primary 13 holes and sank his eleventh birdie on the final gap to safe the tie on the leaderboard for the highest spot. He led the sector with 22 birdies for the event to assist the Aggies to a third-place end within the 21-team subject.
Gordon Sargent, Vanderbilt
Sargent, fired three under-par rounds on the Watersound Invitational, together with two back-to-back 66s. He completed 5 strokes again of the person title and was the highest finisher out of the SEC within the event. Sargent’s ultimate spherical was bogey free and the sophomore registered 14 birdies and an eagle through the occasion.
CO-FRESHMEN OF THE WEEK
Evan Woosley-Reed, Tennessee
Woosley-Reed, making simply the second look of his profession within the Vols’ lineup, Woosley-Reed tied for eighth place throughout Tennessee’s first event of the spring on the Puerto Rico Basic. Woosley-Reed shot par or higher in two of three rounds, together with a 6-under 66 in spherical three by which he made 5 birdies and one eagle. In complete, Woosley-Reed made 12 complete birdies through the event. Woosley-Reed’s efficiency on the Puerto Rico Basic got here on the heels of a third-place end competing as a person on the Thomas Sharkey Particular person Collegiate earlier this month.
Nick Dunlap, Alabama
Dunlap, helped the Seventeenth-ranked Crimson Tide to a fourth-place end on the Watersound Invtiational Carded three consecutive sub-par rounds, together with two rounds within the 60s, to lead to a ninth-place end on the occasion Dunlap accomplished the three-day, 54-hole event at 7-under par 209 (69-71-69) Completed second within the subject in par 5 scoring (-8, 4.33) whereas incomes the third top-10 results of his freshman season With a pair of 69s on the week, Dunlap continues to guide Alabama in rounds within the 60s with 9
CO-GOLFERS OF THE WEEK
Latanna Stone, LSU
Stone, received her first collegiate title on Feb. 15 on the Nexus Collegiate within the Bahamas with rounds of 72-68-70 for a 6-under par rating of 210, a winner by 5 pictures. Began ultimate spherical +2 after six holes however had 4 birdies within the ultimate 12 holes to seal the victory. LSU was again in motion simply 5 days later on the Moon Golf Invitational at Melbourne, Florida. Stone shot rounds of 72-71-68 for a three-round complete of -5 211, transferring up 20 spots on the ultimate day. Stone had 5 birdies on the ultimate day. Helped the Tigers to a second place end within the Bahamas and their third workforce title of the season within the Moon Golf Invitational. Stone for 18 rounds this season is averaging 70.94 with two prime fives and 13-of-18 rounds of par or below.
Annabell Fuller, Florida
Fuller, completed 4th on the Moon Golf Invitational. Shot 9-under with a rating of 207. Didn’t publish a spherical over par with rounds of 66-68-72. Solely had 4 bogeys in 54-holes.
FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
Izzy Pellot, Mississippi State
Pellot, led the Bulldogs all through the primary two rounds, remaining within the prime 5 all through the primary day. After two rounds, Pellot was tied for fourth capturing 3-under. Has now recorded back-to-back top-10 finshes In serving to lead the Bulldogs to the event crown In Las Vegas. Pellot completed ninth (2-under par) and now has 5 top-20 finishes in seven occasions performed.