SAVANNAH, Ga. – Newberry College shot a second round 315 to finish in 10th place with a 619 at the AASU/Southbridge Pirate Invitational on Tuesday at the par 72, 6,922 yard Southbridge Golf Club in Savannah, Ga.
Georgia College & State University won the team portion of the tournament, shooting a 574, 10 shots better than second-place USC Upstate. The host school Armstrong Atlantic State University, finished third while Lander and Valdosta State University rounded out the top five.
Individually for Newberry, senior Hunter Mengel shot a one-over par 73 to finish tied for 21st place with a two-day total of 149. Billy Burrows shot a second round 77 to finish with a score of 153, good for a tie at 32nd place.
Jason Flowers of Valdosta State won the individual title, shooting a two-day total of 140.
The Indians will be back in action on Monday, March 5 as they compete in the Richard Rendleman Invitational which will be hosted by Catawba College.