KANNAPOLIS, NC - The Chowan University men's golf team finished the final round of the Queen's Invitational on Tuesday afternoon. The Hawks finished the tournament with a two-day team score of 651 and finished in 11th place out of the twelve teams competing in the invitational.
After having been tied for first place on day one, Coker College was able to slip past the host team, Queen's University of Charlotte, when they finished the second round with a team score of 300, ending the tournament in first place with a two-day team total of 590. Queens finished just behind Coker in second place with a two-day total of 593. James Medley led the Royals again on day two with a score of 75 before going into a tiebreaker with Alexander Matlari of Duke "B" and coming out victorious and claiming first place individually.
Billy Britton led Chowan with a second round score of 77, a four stroke shave off of Monday's score (81). Britton finished tied for 43rd place in the 67 player field. Tied for 49th place, Christian Fleetwood repeated his first round score of 81 for a two day total of 162, while Steven Rhinard shaved nine strokes off of Monday's score (87) to finish tied for 55th place with a two-day total of 165. Rich Edwards carded an 88 finishing in 62nd place on the afternoon, followed by Jordan Francis who shot a 90 in round two of the tournament putting him in 63rd place.
The Hawks return to action on September 25th when they travel to Rocky Mt., North Carolina to participate in the NCWC Don Scalf Invitational.
Complete team results are listed below:
|2||Queen's Univ. of Charlotte
|8||Queens Univ. of Charlotte "B"