What You Need to Know:
* Georgia State shot a final round 3-under 285 to finish tied for 14th at the All-American Intercollegiate in Humble, Texas on Sunday.
* Senior Alex Herrmann led the Panthers with a final round 69 to tie for 53rd at 3-over par.
* Competing as an individual, sophomore Josh Edgar finished the 54-hole event at 1-under par and tied for 35th.
HUMBLE, Texas – The Georgia State men’s golf team saved the best for last by shooting a final round 3-under 285 to finish tied for 14th at the All-American Intercollegiate at the Golf Club of Houston.
Senior Alex Herrmann led the way on Sunday with a 3-under 69 that featured five birdies. He finished the event tied for 53rd at 3-over par.
Georgia State finished the three-day 54-hole event at 10-over par but tied for the sixth-lowest round of the day to move up one spot in the 18-team field.
“We played some pretty good golf today,” head coach Chad Wilson said. “We still made some mistakes otherwise it could have been a really low round. However, it was good to see what we are capable of and hopefully, that will give us some momentum heading into our next event in two weeks.”
Sophomore Josh Edgar who was competing as an individual for Georgia State this week finished as the top Panther in the field in a tie for 35th at 1-under par. Edgar shot a final round 1-under 71 that included four birdies.
No. 10 Auburn ran away with a 16-stroke victory by shooting a final round 277 to finish the event at 42-under par. No. 3 Baylor finished second at 26-under par, with No. 48 Ole Miss coming in third at 23-under par. No. 30 South Carolina came in fourth-place at 21-under par while co-host Houston finished in fifth at 15-under par.
South Carolina’s Keenan Huskey shot a final round 7-under 65 to earn low medalist honors at 15-under par. Ole Miss’ Braden Thornberry placed second at 13-under par while Auburn’s Ben Schlottman came in third at 12-under par. Baylor’s Garrett May, along with Auburn teammates Jovan Rebula and Trace Crowe tied for fourth at 11-under par.
Georgia State will return to the course for the Tiger Invitational hosted by Auburn March 4-6 in Opelika, Ala.