After rains washed out Saturday's play, the 54-hole tournament was lowered to 36 with the final round being contested Sunday. The rain-shortened tournament was the first 36-hole event in the event's history since 1979, when
Shaw, the 27th ranked golfer, tied a career-low (5-under 67) after posting six birdies on the afternoon. The Lisburn,
"Gareth played a solid tournament and finished strong," added head coach Fred Warren, whose team's third-place finish tied a season best and 12-under on Sunday was the second lowest round of the day.
The Bucs shot a 276 on Sunday, which was the second lowest round of the season for ETSU, and only UCLA's 20-under was better on the day.
Senior Cian McNamara (
Rounding out the ETSU attack was freshman Rhys Enoch's (
The sixth ranked Bruins swept both the individual and team title by ending the two-day tournament at 24-under 552. UCLA set a new tourney record for the lowest second round. The previous mark of 16-under 272 was shared by Georgia Tech (2003) and
"Our guys played really well this weekend," said
The Bucs now have two weeks to prepare for the Atlantic Sun Championships and begin their quest for a second consecutive conference crown. The championship begins Monday, April 21 from the Chateau Elan Golf Club located in
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