What You Need to Know:
* The Georgia State men's golf team shot a final round 296 to finish in 11th place at The Battle at Stono Ferry in Hollywood, S.C.
* Twin brothers Alex and Max Herrmann shot rounds of 72 during the final round to lead the Panthers.
* This marked the final event of the fall for the Panthers which will return to the course in Houston in mid-February.


HOLLYWOOD, S.C. – Led by a pair of even-par rounds from Alex and Max Herrmann, the Georgia State men’s golf team shot a final round 296 to finish in 11th-place at The Battle at Stono Ferry on Saturday.

Alex Herrmann finished the 54-hole event at 2-over par and tied for 28th, while Max Herrmann tied for 47th at 9-over par.

The Panthers finished the final event of the fall at 16-over par. The event was played as a make-up after The Invitational at The Ocean Course had to be canceled in September due to Hurricane Irma.

“This was not the way we wanted to finish the fall,” Director of Golf Joe Inman said. “The good thing is that this is just one event and we have plenty of time to fix what we need to before the spring starts. All of our goals are still in front of us and we will not let this one event take away from that.”

Junior Severin Soller finished tied for 38th at 4-over par following a final round 75. This marked the first tournament of the fall in which he did not finish among the top 15.

Junior Nick Budd shot a final round 5-over 77 to finish the event tied for 41st at 5-over par. Sophomore Egill Gunnarsson rounded out the line-up with a 6-over 78 to tie for 61st at 17-over par.

Junior Nathan Williams, who competed as an individual for the Panthers this week, shot a final round 79 to tie for 59th at 15-over par.

Campbell shot a final round 1-over 289 to finish at 25-under par to top the 11-team field by three strokes. Host College of Charleston came in second-place at 22-under par, with Maryland in third at 6-under par. McNeese State finishes in fourth-place at 5-under, with High Point rounding out the top five at 3-under par.

College of Charleston’s Hunter Dunagan shot 69 on Saturday to finish at 16-under par to earn a two-stroke win. Campbell’s Jesper Svensson finished in second-place at 14-under par, with Maryland’s David Kocher in third at 13-under. Campbell’s Amarin Kraivixien came in fourth-place at 9-under par, with Elon’s Quade Lukes rounding out the top five at 8-under par.

Georgia State will return to the course for the All-American Intercollegiate hosted by Houston Feb. 16-18 in Houston, Texas.