TAMPA, Fla. – Led by a sixth-place finish from freshman Josh Lorenzetti the College of Charleston men’s golf team finished in sixth-place at the Gary Koch Invitational on Tuesday at the Old Memorial Golf Club.
The Cougars shot rounds of 288-290-297=875 (+11) for the tournament, which Florida State took the team title with a seven shot margin over runner-up Georgia Tech.
The Cougars picked up a good win by beating North Florida, the No. 19 team in the country, by two strokes.
“This is a good finish for our team,” CofC head coach Mark McEntire said. “This was another strong field and we got some great wins. I am very proud of Josh Lorenzetti and Zach Munroe. Both had great tournaments.”
Lorenzetti carded rounds of 73-69-70=212 (-4) to earn his sixth-place finish and sophomore Zach Munroe shot rounds of 70-70-73=213 (-3) for an eighth-place finish.
Up next the Cougars will host the Southern Conference Championship at Daniel Island Club April 21-23.
“We continue to build confidence and I look forward to the conference tournament in less than two weeks,” McEntire said.