Men's Golf Finishes Second at Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate

Henry Tomlinson earned his first top 10 finish at Louisville.

Henry Tomlinson earned his first top 10 finish at Louisville.

Sept. 3, 2012

VERONA, N.Y. - The University of Louisville men's golf team shot a 293 in the final round of the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate on Monday afternoon in Verona, N.Y. The Cardinals finished second with a two-day score of 861. Missouri won the tournament with a score of 842.

Sophomore Antoine LeSaux shot a 70 in the final round to finish second at 5-under-par 74-67-70=211 in his first tournament as a Cardinal. Missouri's Jace Long capture medalist honors with a score of 201, 15-under-par.

Freshman Robin Sciot-Siegrist and sophomore Henry Tomlinson both tied for eighth after a final round score of 75. Sciot-Siegrist finished at 68-74-75=217 while Tomlinson carded 70-72-75=217.

Freshman Gus Lundquist tied for 24th after a final round score of 73. He carded 73-77-73=223 for the tournament and improved seven spots on the leaderboard . Junior Charlie Macneal finished in 28th after a third round score of 78. He fired 76-70-78=224 for the tournament.

The Cardinals return to action on Friday, Sept. 14 at The McLaughlin in Farmingdale, N.Y.



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