Men’s golf wraps up fall with seventh place finish at the Central Florida Sports Commission Invitational
Freshman Jamey Salmon finished his first fall season on a high note with an even-par 72 in the final round of the Central Florida Sports Commission Invitational.

Salmon led the Dolphins with his first top 20 finish, tying for 17th at seven-over par, 223. His 72 led the Dolphins to a round of nine-over par, 297, to finish at 907, 43-over par.

Florida Gulf Coast won the nine-team event with a one-under par 287 in the final round to finish at 851, 13-under par.

“Jamey played really well today and it shows how hard he’s worked this fall,” said JU head coach Mike Blackburn. “We’ve learned a lot during the fall and we’ll tee it up in the spring as a better team because of it.”

Justin Jones and Taylor Szyndlar each shot 74, two-over par, in the final round while Stephen Healy added a five-over par, 77, to the final team score. Bobby Fredeking’s six-over par , 78, was dropped.

Jones finished just outside the top 20, tying for 21st at nine-over par, 225. Healy had his best finish of the season with a tie for 26th at 13-over par, 229, thanks to his one-under par 71 in the second round.

Szyndlar continued his steady improvement throughout the fall and tied for 32nd individually at 18-over par. Fredeking tied for 36th at 20-over par, 236.