Men's Golf Finishes Third at Joe Agee Invitational
Oct. 3, 2006
TOANO, VA - East Carolina recorded its second-lowest team round in school history on Tuesday, shooting 278 to finish third at the 2006 Joe Agee Invitational hosted by William & Mary. The Pirates finished with a 54-hole score of 861 to place third behind tournament champion Old Dominion (842) and runner-up Loyola College (851).
The Pirates' team score of 278 was the second-lowest round of the day, one stroke behind Old Dominion.
Junior Andre Thorsen was one of the Pirates to shoot one-under par in the final round and finished in third with a three-under par 207 (70-68-69).
Senior Robin Smith also birdied the course on Tuesday and finished tied for 19th at six-over par (71-76-69=216). Freshman Tripp Brizendine shot a one-under par (74-74-69=217)in the third round as well and finished one stroke behind his senior teammate.
Junior Chris Ault turned in his best round of the tournament on the final 18 holes, shooting a one-over 71.
Richmond's Jordan Utley won individual medalist honors with a tournament line of 66-71-68=205 (-5).
East Carolina returns to action in three weeks at the 49er Collegiate Classic hosted by UNC Charlotte.