Men's golf finishes ninth at SAC Championship

MARVIN, N.C. – Brevard wrapped up play at the 2015 South Atlantic Conference Men’s Golf Championship on Tuesday with a ninth-place finish.


Trym Falch led the Tornados, earning a 14th-place finish with a 36-hole score of 153, nine strokes over par. Falch’s first-round 75 on Monday was the lowest single-round score of any Tornados’ golfer in the tournament. Luis Vega was second among the Tornado contingent with a 148, 14 strokes over par.


Oskar Lundgren and Craig Stephen shot a 160 and a 162, respectively, while Sebastian Strehl was fifth with a 166.


Brevard finished with a team score of 533, 37 strokes off the pace set by tournament champion Tusculum. The Pioneers were led by individual champion Nick Forsberg, who was a shot under par for the tournament and had a three-stroke lead on his next closest competitor, Wingate’s Benedict Gebhardt.


Tusculum narrowly defeated Wingate for the team title, finishing two strokes ahead of the Bulldogs at 21 strokes over par. Queens, Newberry, and Lincoln Memorial rounded out the top five.


Featured image courtesy of Tim Cowie (www.thesacphotos.com)

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