Tornados finish 15th after second round canceledSeptember 16, 2014
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – Due to two lightning delays and impending darkness, the second round of the Kiawah Island Invitational has been canceled.
Because a handful of groups were unable to finish their rounds, all teams and individuals revert to their first-round positions and scores.
Brevard officially finishes the event in 15th place with an 11-over 299, 16 strokes behind co-champions Erskine and Flagler. Lincoln Memorial had the best result among South Atlantic Conference schools represented at the tournament with a fourth-place finish.
Luis Vega led the Tornados with a one-over 73 on Monday, which placed him in a tie for 23rd with 18 other golfers. Trym Falch and Alejandro Montanes shot a three-over 75, deadlocking them for 48th position, while Craig Stephen tied for 59th with a 76. Oskar Lundgren rounded out the Tornados’ contingent with a five-over 77.
Armstrong’s Cory Griffin earned the overall title with a five-under 67 on Monday, one stroke ahead of four golfers tied for second place.
The Tornados next compete on Monday and Tuesday as Brevard hosts the Etowah Intercollegiate at Etowah Golf Club. Both the men’s and women’s teams will be in action.