WINTER PARK, Fla. – The Saint Leo University men’s golf team slipped one place from Monday’s 13th place showing, to finish the Rollins College Invitational 14th. The Lions shot 314 (+26) on the final day giving them a final tally of 904 (+40).
Cole Cisbani finished tied for 25th for the tournament, shooting a third-round 76, finishing the two-day tournament with a five over 221(75-70-76).
Mark McGuire followed the Lions’ leader with a third round 79 (+7), giving him a total score of 225 (+9) for the tournament, while tying for 47th. Tom Lynn continued to hit consistent shots, totaling a 78 (+6) on the afternoon and a 230 (+14) for the tournament (76-76-78=230). JP Albuquerque (78-72-81=231) ended the tournament just one shot back of his teammate, ending the day with an 81 (+9). Matt Cornuet (76-75-84=235) closed out the tournament shooting a third-round 84 (+12).
Columbus State (283-284-295=862) took home both the team and individual titles on Tuesday. J.P. van der Walt (-12) was the individual medalist, shooting a tournament best 204 (69-68-67).
SSC competitors Lynn, Floirda Southern, and Nova Southeastern remained in the top five the entire tournament, with Lynn earning runner-up accolades.
The Lions converted two eagle attempts and 164 par tries during the tournament.
The finish of the Rollins Invitational marks the end to the Lions’ fall season. The team now sets their eyes to a successful spring season.