KIAWAH ISLIND, S.C. – The Jacksonville State men's golf team turned in a 295 in Tuesday's final round to finish third in the Wendy's Kiawah Classic at Kiawah Island's Turtle Point Golf Course.
The Gamecocks wrapped up their fall schedule by finishing behind team co-champions Kennesaw State and Campbell in the 21-team field after their 295 tied KSU for the low score of the day. JSU rounded out the 54-hole event with an 891, 10 shots behind both KSU and CU, who finished the three-day tournament tied for the lead.
Junior Adres Schonbaum turned in JSU's low round on Tuesday, thanks to a two-under 70 on the 7,061-yard layout. Freshman Tomasz Anderson and senior Alfonso Otoya each tied for 11th to lead the Gamecocks in the event.
Anderson used a solid second-round to bolster himself in the 105-player field. He sandwiched a second-round 69 between an opening 76 and a final-round 77 to finish with a three-day total of 222. Otoya reached his 222 by carding a pair of 73s to open and finishing with a 76 on Tuesday.
Schonbaum put his 70 behind a first-round 78 and a second-round 75 to place 15th with a 223, while senior Tom Robson (78-74-72-224) tied for 18th. Sophomore Dorian Fernandez (79-79-78-236) finished in a tie for 55th.
Campbell's Vaita Guillaume and George Washington's Andres Pumariega tied for individual medalist honors.