ETSU men's golf enjoys strong 4th place finish at Gen. Jim Hackler Intercollegiate
Kavanagh
Kavanagh

Wednesday, March 10, 2004

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (March 10, 2004) - The East Tennessee State Buccaneer men's golf team enjoyed its best performance of the year so far, finishing fourth in the Gen. Jim Hackler Intercollegiate played Monday and Tuesday at the TPC of Myrtle Beach. The Bucs beat Top 15 teams such as South Carolina and Wake Forest in the event.

Sophomore Noel Kavanagh (Westport, Ireland) led the way for the Bucs, carding a three-round score of 7-over-par 223 (73-77-73). Kavanagh finished 10 strokes back of Pepperdine's Alex Coe, who captured the individual championship and helped power Pepperdine to the team title by six strokes over Arkansas.

Along with Kavanagh, the Bucs - who finished with a team score of 29-over 893 (299-297-297) - got solid efforts from junior Jeremy Hobson (Thonotosassa, Fla.), freshman Rhys Davies (Bridgend, Wales) and sophomore Andrew Paduch (Johnson City). Hobson finished tied for 29th at 9-over, while Davies placed tied for 33rd at 10-over and Paduch carded a score of 11-over good for a 38th-place finish.

The Bucs will return to action March 19-21 at the GCAA Hall of Fame/Redstone Invitational in Houston, Texas.

Gen. Jim Hackler Intercollegiate


Myrtle Beach, S.C.

TPC of Myrtle Beach

3/8 and 3/9
 
Team Results
1. Pepperdine 292-281-297=870 +6
2. Arkansas 302-289-285=876 +12
3. UCF 302-289-288=879 +15
4. ETSU 299-297-297=893 +29
5. Virginia Tech 301-307-286=894 +30
6. South Carolina 306-298-291=895 +31
T7. Kansas State 303-302-291=896 +32
T7. Wake Forest 297-305-294=896 +32
9. South Alabama 304-307-296=907 +43
10. Louisville 302-305-301=908 +44
11. Coastal Carolina 309-293-308=910 +46
12. Furman 302-308-301=911 +47
13. Virginia 299-308-309=916 +52
14. Michigan 311-310-299=920 +56
15. Long Beach State 314-307-304=925 +61
T16. Charlotte 308-311-312=931 +67
T16. East Carolina 308-318-305=931 +67
T16. UT-Arlington 305-312-314=931 +67
 
Individual Results
1. Alex Coe, Pepperdine 74-68-71=213 -3
2. Randy Creighton, Pepperdine 71-69-74=214 -2
3. Charlie Woo, Louisville 71-75-70=216 E
4. Andrew Dahl, Arkansas 76-70-71=217 +1
5. Michael Putnam, Pepperdine 70-71-77=218 +2
 
ETSU Results
T22 Noel Kavanagh 73-77-73=223 +7
T29 Jeremy Hobson 77-73-75=225 +9
T33 Rhys Davies 82-70-74=226 +10
T38 Andrew Paduch 75-77-75=227 +11
T80 Cennydd Mills 74-82-83=239 +33
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