Conover, N.C. – Southern Wesleyan finishes in fourteenth place in the Southeast Region Preview with an overall score of 603.
Round One: 310
Round Two: 293
Team Total: 603
Coach Maxon says...
"I don't feel like our score reflected how we played this week. With two Freshman making their debuts and by far the youngest team in the event, we got better as the tournament went on. At this point it is clear that we are going to rely heavily on our younger guys and our success will be determined by how quickly they can improve. Overall a positive week heading into Nationals in a couple weeks."
How It Happened
Noah Mullens led the Warriors in the Southeast Region Preview, finishing in a tie for 29th place. Mullens hit a 77 on the first round and then came back to hit a 71 in the second for a total of 148. He was followed by fellow freshman Zach Huebner in a tie for 33rd place. Huebner hit a 75 to lead the Warriors in round one, and then hit a 74 in the second round for a total of 149.
Eric Shea finished in a tie for 46th place after hitting a 77 in the first round and 74 in the second. Shea finished with a 151 total. Sophomore Ty Campbell finished in a tie for 64th place. Campbell hit an 81 in the first round and a 75 in the second for a total of 156. Joseph McDonagh-Brown finished in a tie for 76th place after the two rounds of play. In the first round, McDonagh-Brown hit an 87, but came back to hit a 74 in the second round to give him a 161 total in the tournament.
Southern Wesleyan will conclude their fall schedule on October 23-25. At that time, they will travel to Palm Coast, Florida to take part in the NCCAA Championships.