Myrtle Beach, S.C.-- Cumberland moves up one spot for a fifth-place finish at The Showdown at Legends. Individually, Tom Scullion had the best finish for CU as he tied for third place.
The Phoenix ended round two- which had to be finished out today due to yesterday’s dwindling sunlight- with 304 strokes which put them over Morningside and St. Andrews. The Phoenix ended round three with a 306 total to keep them in fifth place.
Lindsey Wilson remained in first place to wrap up the tournament, leading by eleven strokes. Marian stayed in second place with Nolan Potter leading all golfers individually.
Scullion dropped one spot from day one with his third place finish. Scullion remained in second after shooting an even par in round two. He shot six-over-par in the final round for a 219 total.
Christian Lindegreen had the second best finish for CU, remaining tied for 19th place after shooting 78 in round two and ending the final round three-over.
Seth Clayton tied for 29th place after finishing round two three-over-par and shooting 78 in the final round.
Domino Mollesand finished tied for 31st, climbing 11 spots after yesterday. Mollesand went seven over in round one and improved to four over in round two for a 234 total.
William Samuelsson tied for 33rd aftering finishing round two seven-over par with a score of 79. He shot a five-over in round three for a total of 235 strokes over the three rounds.
Cumberland will be back on the links for the 2023 Men’s Carey Collegiate on March 13-14 in Hattiesburg, Miss.