WILMINGTON, N.C. — With rain in the forecast all day in Wilmington, N.C., the final round of the Sawhawk Intercollegiate has been cancelled. The 13 teams in the tournament played 36 holes on Sunday and those will stand as the final results. The Phoenix posted a score of 599 (300-299) to place ninth.
Leading the way for the maroon and gold was Stuart Kaufman who tied for 13th out of 78 participants with a score of 145 (71-74).
In a tie for 32nd was Jeff Krieger who carded rounds of 75 and 76 to finish with a 151.
The duo of Will DiIanni and his brother Jonathan DiIanni tied for 38th. The pair each posted a 152 on Sunday. Will had rounds of 78 and 74, while Jonathan carded rounds of 77 and 75.
John Somers placed in a tie for 67th after shooting a 154 (77-77) in his two rounds.
Raphael Higuet, who played as an individual, shot a 152 (81-71) over his 36 holes and tied for 38th.
South Carolina’s Will Starke was the medalist. Starke finished at 137 (64-73).
South Carolina, rated 25th by Golfweek, also claimed the team title after shooting a 560 (273-287) as a team on Sunday.
The rest of the top five consisted of 58th-ranked East Tennessee State (579), 69th-ranked Ohio State (581), 52nd-rated Louisville (581) and 84th-ranked Davidson (586).
Two other top-100 teams are in the field – 85th-ranked UNC Wilmington (7th, 596) and 79th-rated East Carolina (11th, 610).
Elon finished two strokes back of eight-place Wisconsin and eight shots ahead of 10th-place Army.
The Phoenix will play in the Furman Intercollegiate March 28-30 in its next competition.