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Shaw finishes second, Bucs place third at Administaff ASU Invitational
Sunday, April 06, 2008
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
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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