Wednesday, March 19, 2014
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Junior Julian Taylor captured individual honors in directing the sixth-ranked William Woods University men’s golf team to the championship of the 25th-annual Eagle Invitational on Tuesday.
Taylor finished at 4-under par with a two-day 140 total (69-71). He was able to hold off South Carolina Beaufort’s Brad Curren, who was a shot back in second place with a 141 (73-68).
William Woods secured the team title with a cumulative 568 score (288-280). South Carolina Beaufort was second with a 580 (290-290), Webber International (584) took third, Johnson & Wales (585) finished fourth and Warner University (588) was fifth.
Fifth-ranked William Woods
takes fifth at Florida tourney
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Sophomore Myriam Hassan tied for fourth place individually as the Lady Owls came in fifth overall at the 25th-annual Eagle Invitational on Tuesday.
Hassan logged a two-day 156 score (76-80), while William Woods University recorded a 664 total (328-336). Northwood University collected the team title with a 640, while Embry-Riddle was second (644), South Carolina Beaufort third (653) and Coastal Georgia fourth (663).
Westminster 8 5
Central Methodist 2 7
The Blue Jays watched their four-game winning streak come to an end after bowing in the nightcap of Tuesday’s doubleheader at Saucier Field.
In the opener, senior shortstop Danton Hughes had two hits — including a home run — and drove in three runs to help spark Westminster College’s 12-hit rampage in its six-run victory.
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