GREENSBORO, N.C. – For the second-straight year, UNC Greensboro men’s golf has won its annual fall tournament as the Spartans (288-296-292) scored a nine-stroke victory over Rutgers in the 2019 Grandover Collegiate.
Junior Nick Lyerly (69-73-71) took home individual medalists honors for the fourth time in his career, as he was the only participant in the tournament to finish under-par, three strokes better than the rest of the field.
Junior Zack Swanson (73-74-70) also collected his best finish of fall play in fourth place, as he finished Monday’s third round at two-under par.
Senior Jonathan Brightwell (72-73-76) completed the third round at four-over 76 to finish in a tie for 11thplace. During fall play, Brightwell – who entered the tournament as the No. 9 ranked player nationally in Golfstat – won individual medalist honors twice.
Junior Justin Emmons (74-76-75), meanwhile, finished tied for 18thplace as he was three-over 75 in the third round.
Freshman Symon Balbin (78-76-78) closed out team play for the Spartans, as he finished the tournament at 16-over par.
Freshman Jack Marcotte (77-72-77) was the top finisher amongst UNCG individuals, as he finished tied for 20thplace.
Sophomore Ben Crow (76-87-81) rounded out play for the Spartans in a 70thplace finish.
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