With rounds of 68-72-72, Enoch posted his third finish of seventh or better in his first four collegiate events. He ended the tournament seven strokes off the pace of individual champion Harris English of
Enoch said he has been happy with his early successes at the collegiate level.
"I'm pretty pleased with my fall," said Enoch, who also has a fifth place finish in the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at the Ridges and a seventh place showing in the Carpet Capital Collegiate. "I would have liked to have finished higher or won one of those three events, but Top 10s are nice. I'm learning just how deep the talent is here at every tournament. There are so many good players and if you don't play well you can easily finish 30th or 40th."
ETSU head coach Fred Warren said he was glad to see his team bounce back in the final round after struggling in Monday's second round.
"The guys played well today and Rhys had another good finish,"
While Enoch posted the team's best finish, ETSU's low round of the day came from senior Gareth Shaw (
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