Indians fifth overall at St. Andrews
Tuesday, September 30, 2003 | by courtesy of St. Andrews College Sports Information

WAGRAM, NC Newberry College remained fifth overall of the 12-team St. Andrews Fall Invitational, hosted by the St. Andrews Knights at the Deercroft Golf Club Tuesday afternoon. Queens University of Charlotte won in a one-hole playoff. The Royals and hosting Knights tied with two-day total of 617 on the 6,696-yard par-72 Deercroft Golf Club. Limestone won the womens tournament with a team 699 total over the two days.

       
Queens fought back from a six stoke deficit after the first round with a team 311, which was the lowest of the 12 teams, while the Knights shot 317. St. Andrews B team and Edward Waters finished in a tie for third place with 630 totals.

       
A one-hole playoff was also needed to determine the medalist honors between two St. Andrews players in the 64-player field. Alvin Yeung (playing on the A team) defeated Sergej Dronov (playing on the B team). Yeung and Dronov shot 148s (+6) for the two days.

       
Newberry's Brian Phillips (Watertown, N.Y.) had the Indians' low-round and the second lowest score of the day with a one-over 73. He finished as Newberry's top finisher in fourth place in the 64-player field. Blayde Woodrum (Columbia, S.C.) was the next-highest finisher for Newberry with a +14 overall thanks to a four-over 76 today.


       
Newberry's Stephanie Hemann (Brooklyn, Ohio) finished with a 197 over the two days to finish seventh overall in the women's tournament.

       
Caroline Rankin of Limestone won with a 24-over 168.

#GO INDIANS#
(Release courtesy of St. Andrews College Sports Information)