ETSU men’s golf finishes tied for fourth at Ka’anapali Classic
ETSU men’s golf finishes tied for fourth at Ka’anapali Classic
Sunday, October 30, 2022

LAHAINA, Hawaii (Oct. 30, 2022) – Playing its final tournament of the fall season, the ETSU men’s golf team finished tied for fourth at the Ka’anapali Classic Collegiate, which wrapped up play on Sunday at the Ka’anapali Golf Course. 

The Bucs carded a 6-under 278 in the final round and finished with a score of 22-under-par 830 for the tournament. Overall, the Blue and Gold led the 20-team field in par-5 scoring (-30) and recorded the second-most birdies (72). 

Oklahoma ran away with the team title on Sunday as the No. 11 Sooners fired a 19-under 265 in the final round en route to posting a score of 41-under-par 811 on the weekend. The Sooners won by 12 strokes over Clemson (-29) and 15 shots over No. 49 Liberty (-27). 

ETSU finished in a four-way tie with Colorado, Louisiana and last year’s champion Kansas. Colorado and Louisiana both fired a 17-under 267 on Sunday to move four spots up the leaderboard. 

For the tournament, the Bucs were led by freshman Matty Dodd-Berry (Wirral, England) and redshirt sophomore Mats Ege (Kristiansand, Norway) as they finished tied for 22nd at 5-under-par 208. Dodd-Berry registered a 1-under 70 in the final round, while Ege posted a 2-under 69. Dodd-Berry did his damage all weekend on the par-3s and par-5s. The Buccaneer rookie led the field in par-3 scoring (-3) and played the par-5s at 7-under. 

Redshirt junior Remi Chartier (Montreal, Canada) played the final 36 holes at four-under as he posted back-to-back rounds of 2-under 69, finishing 2-under-par 211 for the tournament. Freshman Carson Kammann (Knoxville, Tenn.) also finished tied for 35th with Chartier at 2-under-par 211. Kammann posted a 1-under 70 in the final round. 

Clemson’s Andrew Swanson tied for the lowest round on Sunday to earn medalist honors. Swanson carded an 8-under 63 on the final day and posted a 54-hole score of 18-under-par 195. North Florida’s Nick Gabrelcik, who entered the day with the lead, finished runner-up at 16-under-par 197, while Louisiana’s Eli Ortego also fired an 8-under 63 on Sunday and finished ninth at 9-under-par 204. 

The Bucs return to action in the spring as they head to San Juan for the Puerto Rico Classic, which gets underway Sunday, Feb. 12 

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