OCEAN ISLE BEACH, N.C. – Junior Austin Fisher carded a 157 (+13) to lead the way for the Brevard men's golf team at the Lenoir-Rhyne Myrtle Beach Invitational that concluded on Tuesday afternoon.
Fisher, one of two Tornados to fire a 70 in the two day event, finished in a tie with Daniel Graves (Coker) after posting rounds of 77 and 80 at the Ocean Ridge Plantation course located in Ocean Isle Beach.
Craig Stephen (162, +18) joined Fisher with an opening round 77, but followed with an 85 to place in a three-way tie for 77th alongside Luke Challis (Mars Hill) and Elliot Smith (Walters State CC).
The Brevard card also included Calum McAndrew (164, +20), Ben Kleppe (168, +24) and Thibault Tranchant (168, +24). The Tornados finished the team side of the event in 17th after posting a two-day score of 646 (314-332; +70).
Coker's Wanjoo Lee earned the top individual honors at the event after rounds of 71 and 69, where he finished four strokes under par. Limestone's Max Kalfjall placed second, two shots off the pace, with a 142.
The Limestone 'B' unit brought home top team honors with a 578 (291-287; +2), edging out Lincoln Memorial (581) and Coker (585) in the 18-team tournament.
Brevard concludes the fall portion of its slate next week (Oct. 9-10) when it competes in the Lenoir-Rhyne Southeast Super Regional Preview.