TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Jacksonville University had another terrific round Sunday in the final 18 of the Seminole Intercollegiate, but the Dolphins couldn't make up enough ground. JU finished seventh out of 14 teams, with David Wicks finishing in the Top 5 individually.
Wicks tied for fifth overall with 207 through three rounds. The senior from Bexhill, England, finished with 51 holes of par or better, including 12 birdies. Sam Uhland wrapped up his 52 holes with a total of 214, tying for 27th. The Jacksonville, Fla., native had 44 holes of par or better, including 10 birdies and one eagle. Raul Pereda improved in each round, carding a 75 in the first, a 72 in the second, and a 69 in the final to total 216. The junior from Cordoba, Mexico, tied for 31st. Ryan Jahn scored 217 to tie for 34th, and Elliott Fullalove tied for 58th with 222.
Penn State took the team title with 833 and the individual championship with Cole Miller's 201. #25 Georgia Tech and tournament host #30 Florida State tied for second with 836 apiece, James Madison came in fourth at 847, and Troy finished fifth with 848. West Virginia held on to sixth with 849, and Jacksonville slipped down to seventh at 851.
The Dolphins will return to action quickly in the Schenkel Invitational, which will take place at the Forest Heights Country Club in Statesboro, Ga. That is the final tournament before the Dolphins return to Chateau Elan for the ASUN Championship.