ASU Duo Off To Solid Start

ASU Duo Off To Solid Start (Image 1)
ASU Duo Off To Solid Start (Image 1)

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Augusta State's Alex Wennstam and
Maverick Antcliff both registered sub-par rounds Thursday on the opening day of
the NCAA Tallahassee Regional at Golden Eagle Golf & Country Club in
Tallahassee, Fla.

 

Antcliff carded three birdies en route to a 3-under 69 and
Wennstam managed a 1-under 71 with three birdies and two bogeys. Off the 65
players in the field, 35 shot under par and 40 individuals turned in rounds of
even par or better. Antcliff is part of a six-way tie for 14th place and
Wennstam is knotted among six players in 30th.

 

Antcliff and Wennstam earned at-large individual bids from the
NCAA on Monday, May 6 when the field of 81 teams and 45 individuals were
selected for the six regional sites. Tee times are expected to be released
later in the day by the NCAA and Golfstat. Live scoring of the Tallahassee
Regional is available at www.golfstat.com and full-field
results are available at www.golfstatresults.com/public/leaderboards/team/static/team4402.html.

 

A junior from Gothenburg, Sweden, Wennstam played in 11 events
for the Jaguars during the regular season. He ranked second on the squad in
stroke average (74.03) to Antcliff and led the team in rounds of par or better
(13). He enjoyed a strong spring campaign, improving to a 72.79 scoring average
in six spring events.

 

Antcliff, a freshman from Beaudesert, Australia, made a big
splash in his first season as an active member of the program. In six events
during the spring, Antcliff posted a team-low 73.0 stroke average and
squad-best four top-20 finishes. He tied for 16th in his collegiate debut at
the Puerto Rico Classic and shot a 3-under 69 in his first round as a Jaguar.
In the final round of the Cleveland Golf/Palmetto Intercollegiate, he fired a
4-under 66 to spark the Jags to the team title.

 

North Florida, ranked No. 19 in the nation, scored the
Tallahassee Golf & Country Club layout to the tune of a 16-under 272 that
featured a 7-under 65 from individual leader MJ Maguire. The Ospreys raced out
to a four-stroke lead over No. 6 Washington, while regional host Florida State
is in third place, five shots back of UNF. Oregon, No. 7 Georgia Tech and South
Florida are tied for fourth, eight shots off the pace.

 

The six regionals are three-day, 54-hole events slated for
Thursday-Saturday, May 16-18. The top five teams and top individual not on an
advancing team from each regional will advance to the NCAA Championships, which
are slated for May 28-June 2 at the Capital City Club's Crabapple Course in
Atlanta, Ga.

 

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NCAA Tallahassee Regional

Golden Eagle Golf & Country Club

Tallahassee, Fla.

(hosted by Florida State University)

May 16-18, 2013

 

Player
Leader Board

* player is participating as an
individual rather than as a team member.

Course:Golden
Eagle Country Club: NCAA Regional     Par 72 –
6965 Yards

position

player

team

scoring

rounds

total 
score

current

start

to par

thru

today

1

1

24

MJ Maguire (10)

North Florida

-7

F

-7

65

65

T2

28

Anders Albertson

Georgia Tech

-6

F

-6

66

66

T2

84

Chase Seiffert

Florida State

-6

F

-6

66

66

T4

Abraham Ancer (10)

Oklahoma

-5

F

-5

67

67

T4

5

Cheng-Tsung Pan

Washington

-5

F

-5

67

67

T6

16

Evan Beck (10)

Wake Forest

-4

F

-4

68

68

T6

Edward Figueroa *

Florida Gulf Coast

-4

F

-4

68

68

T6

Richard James (10)

South Florida

-4

F

-4

68

68

T6

Chase Koepka (10)

South Florida

-4

F

-4

68

68

T6

43

Kevin Phelan (10)

North Florida

-4

F

-4

68

68

T6

Michael Schoolcraft (10)

Oklahoma

-4

F

-4

68

68

T6

Daniel Walker *

Richmond

-4

F

-4

68

68

T6

22

Chris Williams

Washington

-4

F

-4

68

68

T14

Maverick Antcliff *

Augusta
State

-3

F

-3

69

69

T14

6

Sean Dale (10)

North Florida

-3

F

-3

69

69

T14

Logan Harrell

North Carolina State

-3

F

-3

69

69

T14

Brandon McIver

Oregon

-3

F

-3

69

69

T14

Trey Valentine (10)

South Florida

-3

F

-3

69

69

T14

Jonathan Woo

Oregon

-3

F

-3

69

69

T20

9

Daniel Berger

Florida State

-2

F

-2

70

70

T20

77

David Fink

Oregon State

-2

F

-2

70

70

T20

Taylor Hancock (10)

North Florida

-2

F

-2

70

70

T20

Charlie Harrison (10)

Wake Forest

-2

F

-2

70

70

T20

Doug Letson

Florida State

-2

F

-2

70

70

T20

Matt Rawitzer

Oregon State

-2

F

-2

70

70

T20

Sulman Raza

Oregon

-2

F

-2

70

70

T20

Hans Reimers *

Mercer

-2

F

-2

70

70

T20

31

Ollie Schniederjans

Georgia Tech

-2

F

-2

70

70

T20

96

Trevor Simsby

Washington

-2

F

-2

70

70

T30

Bo Andrews

Georgia Tech

-1

F

-1

71

71

T30

Richard Fountain *

Davidson College

-1

F

-1

71

71

T30

Charlie Hughes

Washington

-1

F

-1

71

71

T30

78

Hank Lebioda

Florida State

-1

F

-1

71

71

T30

J.T. Poston *

Western Carolina

-1

F

-1

71

71

T30

Alex Wennstam *

Augusta
State

-1

F

-1

71

71

T36

Joe Carlson (10)

San Diego

E

F

E

72

72

T36

Alex Chiarella (10)

San Diego

E

F

E

72

72

T36

Zach Foushee

Oregon

E

F

E

72

72

T36

Joseph Winslow (10)

Iowa

E

F

E

72

72

T36

Davis Womble (10)

Wake Forest

E

F

E

72

72

T41

Rak Cho

Oregon

+1

F

+1

73

73

T41

Bart George

Loyola Univ-Maryland

+1

F

+1

73

73

T41

Shun Yat Hak

Georgia Tech

+1

F

+1

73

73

T41

William Herring

North Carolina State

+1

F

+1

73

73

T41

Joey Petronio (10)

North Florida

+1

F

+1

73

73

T41

Trey Rule *

Mercer

+1

F

+1

73

73

T41

Jonathan Sanders

Washington

+1

F

+1

73

73

T41

Mitch Sutton

North Carolina State

+1

F

+1

73

73

T49

Rowin Caron

Florida State

+2

F

+2

74

74

T49

3

Albin Choi

North Carolina State

+2

F

+2

74

74

T49

97

Steven Ihm (10)

Iowa

+2

F

+2

74

74

T49

Carter Page

North Carolina State

+2

F

+2

74

74

T49

Beau Titsworth (10)

Oklahoma

+2

F

+2

74

74

T49

John Varol (10)

Wake Forest

+2

F

+2

74

74

T55

Ryan Fricker *

Bethune-Cookman
Col.

+3

F

+3

75

75

T55

Devin Hernandez (10)

South Florida

+3

F

+3

75

75

T55

Brian McCormick

Loyola Univ-Maryland

+3

F

+3

75

75

T55

Seth Reeves

Georgia Tech

+3

F

+3

75

75

T55

Charlie Saxon (10)

Oklahoma

+3

F

+3

75

75

T60

Thomas Birdsey (10)

Wake Forest

+4

F

+4

76

76

T60

Brian Bullington (10)

Iowa

+4

F

+4

76

76

T60

Nick Chianello

Oregon State

+4

F

+4

76

76

T60

Grant Forrest (10)

San Diego

+4

F

+4

76

76

T60

Brian Jung

Oregon State

+4

F

+4

76

76

T60

Jon Ross

Loyola Univ-Maryland

+4

F

+4

76

76

T66

Keegan Boone

Loyola Univ-Maryland

+5

F

+5

77

77

T66

49

Sean Bosdosh *

Maryland

+5

F

+5

77

77

T66

Jimmy Dengler

Loyola Univ-Maryland

+5

F

+5

77

77

T66

Jeffrey Meltzer (10)

South Florida

+5

F

+5

77

77

T66

Nick Sherwood

Oregon State

+5

F

+5

77

77

T66

Ian Vandersee (10)

Iowa

+5

F

+5

77

77

T66

Nathan Yankovich (10)

Iowa

+5

F

+5

77

77

73

Will Kropp (10)

Oklahoma

+6

F

+6

78

78

T74

Mathias Dahl (10)

San Diego

+7

F

+7

79

79

T74

Taylor Schmidt (10)

San Diego

+7

F

+7

79

79

 

 

 

Team
Leader Board

Course:Golden
Eagle Country Club: NCAA Regional     Par 72 – 6965
Yards

current 
position

team

scoring

rounds

total 
score

to par

thru

today

1

1

19

North Florida

-16

F

  -16

272

272

2

6

Washington

-12

F

  -12

276

276

3

14

Florida State

-11

F

  -11

277

277

T4

43

Oregon

-8

F

  -8

280

280

T4

7

Georgia Tech

-8

F

  -8

280

280

T4

 

South Florida

-8

F

  -8

280

280

T7

31

Wake Forest

-4

F

  -4

284

284

T7

30

Oklahoma

-4

F

  -4

284

284

9

42

North Carolina State

+1

F

  +1

289

289

10

 

Oregon State

+4

F

  +4

292

292

T11

 

Iowa

+11

F

  +11

299

299

T11

 

San Diego

+11

F

  +11

299

299

13

 

Loyola Univ-Maryland

+13

F

  +13

301

301

 

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