Men's Golf takes Fifth at AAC Fall Championship
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Men's Golf takes Fifth at AAC Fall Championship
Isaac Walker shot a one-over-par 73 in the final round at the AAC Fall Preview. (Credit: Dillon Miller)

LEBANON, Tenn.--Cumberland men's golf finished the AAC Fall Championship in fifth place after carding their best round of the tournament.

The Phoenix fired a 307 in the final round to finish the tournament with 927 total strokes. Dalton State started the day in first place and finished in first defeating South Carolina-Beaufort by six strokes. Point University finished in third place and Reinhardt took fourth. Cumberland beat four nationally-ranked teams in No. 8 Lindsey Wilson, No. 9 Tennessee Wesleyan, No. 18 Truett-McConnell, and No. 22 SCAD.

Isaac Walker posted the best round of the day for Cumberland shooting a one-over-par 73. Walker finished the tournament at 11-over-par to finish in a tie for 15th place. He moved up eight spots after starting the day in 23rd place. Walker notched four birdies and five bogeys today.

Will Samuelsson finished in a tie for 21st place. Samuelsson had a great day yesterday carding a four-over in two rounds but shot an 83 in the final round to slip down 13 spots. 

Domino Mollesand continued to improve in the final round notching the second-best mark for the Phoenix today with a three-over-par, 75. Mollesand marked two birdies on the front, but a string of four-straight bogeys knocked him back. He went one-over on the back-nine for his score. The freshman finished in a tie for 29th place.

Adrian Steeger also improved upon his scores from yesterday shooting a 76. Steeger was one-over-par through the first 14 holes and suffered a triple bogey on No. 15 to bring him to four-over. Steeger finished in a tie for 41st. 

Christian Lindgreen carded an 87 in the final round and finished in 57th place in the tournament.

John Houk closed out the win individually from Tennessee Wesleyan carding an insane eight-under on three rounds. Jacob Thomas from South Carolina-Beaufort finished in second place and Matthew Cleary finished in third.

Cumberland has one more tournament this fall at the Mid-South Conference Fall Preview in Bowling Green on Nov. 1-2. The tournament will count towards the regular-season Mid-South Conference Championship. 

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 
t15. Isaac Walker - 78-76-73 = 227 (+11)
t21. Will Samuelsson - 72-76-83 = 231 (+15)
t29. Domino Mollesand - 81-77-75 = 133 (+17)
t41. Adrian Steeger - 83-80-76 = 239 (+23)
t57. Christian Lindgreen - 80-80-87 = 247 (+31)
 
position team scoring rounds total
score
to par thru today 1 2 3
1
  Dalton State
+27 F   +16 297 290 304 891
2
  South Carolina Beaufort
+33 F   +17 304 288 305 897
3
  Point University
+39 F   +9 315 291 297 903
4
  Reinhardt University
+48 F   +12 310 302 300 912
5
  Cumberland University - TN
+63 F   +19 311 309 307 927
6
  Tennessee Wesleyan
+69 F   +23 314 308 311 933
7
  Lindsey Wilson
+71 F   +24 317 306 312 935
8
  Truett-McConnell
+73 F   +26 308 315 314 937
9
  Milligan University
+75 F   +22 311 318 310 939
10
  SCAD - Atlanta
+78 F   +19 319 316 307 942
11
  Bryan College
+89 F   +31 320 314 319 953
12
  Mobile, U. of
+95 F   +35 318 318 323 959
13
  Bluefield College
+108 F   +37 324 323 325 972
14
  Montreat College
+116 F   +33 328 331 321 980
15
  St. Andrews
+119 F   +33 340 322 321 983