Final round of Donald Ross Intercollegiate washed out

Final round of Donald Ross Intercollegiate washed out


SAINT LEO, Fla. – Tuesday's final round of the Donald Ross Intercollegiate in Morganton, N.C., was washed out due to a rain storm that left the Mimosa Hills Country Club course unplayable, leaving the Saint Leo men's golf team to finish eighth in the 10 team tournament.

With the cancellation, Monday's 36-hole results became final in the largely-Division I tournament.

The Lions carded a 581 over Monday's two rounds on the par 70, 6,718-yard yard course. Jacksonville University won the tournament with a six-under 554, while Wofford College and Presbyterian College tied for second with 568, eight strokes over par.

Joey Savoie was tied for sixth with a two-under 138 on Monday, while Liam Ainsworth and Ryan Gendron were tied for 21st after each carding a four-over 144.

Casey Bannon fired a 155 on Monday and was tied for 59th, while Riley Goss was tied for 62nd with his Monday total of 156.

Saint Leo men's golf will return to the links for the final time this fall on Monday, Oct. 13, and Tuesday, Oct. 14, when they compete at the Rollins College Tar Invitational.

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