STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. – The Brevard men's golf team closed out its 2017-18 campaign over the weekend at the Discover Dekalb Emory Invite as it place 12th of 15 teams.
The Tornados, who finished at 51-over-par as a team after rounds of 313 and 298 (611), were three strokes shy of 10th place Berry (308-300—608; +48) and two away from LeTourneau University (305-304—609; +49).
The top team in the event was host Emory, who closed the tournament at four-over-par (564) after rounds of 286 and 278.
Brevard's top individual finisher in the event was Craig Stephen, who closed out his Tornado career with a score of 148 (72-76) as he finished eight-over-par. Stephen, who posted the lowest first round scored of any Brevard player in the event (72), was one of three players to finish in 21st along with Jacob Arnett (Oglethorpe) and Will Efkeman (Ohio Wesleyan).
Austin Fisher ended the season in a five-way deadlock for 36th place after carding rounds of 77 and 74 for an 11-over-par 151.
Declan Addison posted a top 50 outing for Brevard, closing with a 153 (84-69) and was 13-over-par for the event. One of six players to finish in 44th, Addison fired the lowest round of any Tornado golfer participating in the event (69) on Saturday. He was one of six golfers on Saturday to post a round in the 60s, including Stefano Butti (Emory) who fired a 66.
Brevard's scorecard also included Calum McAndrew (82-79), who finished in 74th with a 161. McAndrew rebounded from a difficult first day by shaving three strokes off his score in the second round.
Thibault Tranchant (82-81) was 76th for the Tornados with a 23-over-par. He was the lone Tornado on the event without a round in the 70s.
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