BATON ROUGE, La. – The Alabama State University men's golf team concluded the NCAA Division I Baton Rouge Regional Championship on Wednesday with a final-round 331 at the University Club Golf Course.
The Hornets finished 14th at the tournament with a 1015 (346-338-331).
"We finished the year by playing in the 'big dance,' so I am counting my blessings," Alabama State head coach Dr. Gary Grandison said. "We must learn from our experiences this year."
Patricio Minondo continued his consist play from the week as he shot 79 to give him a 232 (79-74-79) for the tournament.
Quincy Stith improved in his final round, carding a 79 to finish with a 248.
The top five teams will move on to the National Championship.
Host LSU won the regional with an 866. Duke finished second (874) and Oregon placed third (879).
LSU’s Sam Burns was the individual medalist after carding a 212. Oregon's Wyndham Clark posted a 213 to finish second, while Luis Gagne, of LSU, took third (216).
The NCAA Baton Rouge Regional Championship brings another season to close for the Hornets. ASU won four tournaments, including the SWAC Championship for the sixth consecutive year.
~ASU Strategic Communications