CAMDEN, S.C. – Georgia Southern shot a 286, the fourth-lowest score of the day, in the final round of the Camden Collegiate Invitational Sunday (October 25th, 2015) at Camden Country Club and finished seventh in the tournament.
Steven Fisk, who played as an individual this weekend, shot a 4-over-par 74 today and tied for 10th. The Eagles (+40) topped Presbyterian by a stroke and finished five shots behind sixth-place USC Upstate (+35). South Carolina (-2) won the tournament, and Charleston Southern (+23) was second.
Archer Price carded a 72 today and tied for 18th (+7) with teammate Jonas Vaisanen (+7), who fired a team-best 69. Cody O’Toole shot a 72, Jake Storey posted a 73 and Henry Mabbett finished with a 76. Individual Crawford Simmons shot a 78.
Quotable from Coach Carter Collins
“Today was better. We definitely didn’t play our best again, but we improved our position in the final round and that was one of our goals. Things aren’t always going to go our way, and there will be tough weeks. It’s how we respond to the adversity that will define this team and today, we responded well. We are looking forward to bouncing back at our final event next week on Kiawah Island.”
The Eagles travel to Kiawah, S.C., for the Kiawah Classic by Aramark at Turtle Point Golf Club.