Brevard in the hunt at Etowah IntercollegiateSeptember 21, 2015
ETOWAH, N.C. – Brevard College’s men’s golf team began play in its home meet, the Etowah Intercollegiate, on Monday sitting in third place with a plus five score.
Trym Falch led the way for the Tornados with a 71 score, minus one on the day. Falch had a balanced outing, shooting one under par in the opening nine and par on the back nine. The sophomore was at his finest on the final holes of each half, shooting an eagle on his ninth hole and a birdie on the 18th to propel him into a tie for fourth overall
Second on the team, and tied for 11th overall, was Luis Vegas. Despite finishing one over par with a 73 score, Vegas led Brevard with five birdies over the 18 holes. Finishing third for the host was Oskar Lundgren, who shot a team-low 33 on the back half with three birdies.
Craig Stephen shot a 75 on the first day to finish tied for 19th overall. Stephen was on par throughout the day, but going three over on the 15th hole caused him to slip into plus territory. Sebastian Strehl rounded out the team score going nine over par to finish tied for 38th.
Participating as an individual, freshman Steffen Heckele shot a 74 on the day to tie with Lundgren for 16th overall in his first outing. Also in the field, Calum McAndrew and Chris Fry shot 78 and 85.
Lincoln Memorial finished the day in first, shooting seven under par as a team with the top three individual finishers. Newberry ended the opening day of play in second shooting plus three, just two strokes better than Brevard. West Alabama, Southern Indiana and Milligan College sit four through six in the standings.
Play at the Etowah Intercollegiate continues tomorrow.