Georgia Southern charged up the leaderboard after the turn as the Eagles’ top foursome played the front nine at a combined 4-under par.
“It was a good day for the Eagles and another top-5 finish for Scott,” said Georgia Southern coach Larry Mays. “We eliminated most of our mistakes out there and made a few birdies coming in that helped us move up the leaderboard. Our final round scoring average continues to be very good this season.”
Georgia Southern returns to action at the Gary Koch Intercollegiate April 8-9 at Old Memorial Golf Club in Tampa, Fla.