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Liberty Finishes 5th at CSU Invitational

October 23, 2007
|  Goose Creek, S.C.
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Nathan Schenz-Davis finished tied for sixth at the CSU Invitational.

Nathan Schenz-Davis finished tied for sixth at the CSU Invitational.

Full Tournament Results

The Liberty men's golf team finished tied for fifth place out of 12 squads at the CSU Invitational, played at the 6,978-yard, par-72 Crowfield Country Club, in Goose Creek, S.C., on Tuesday.

Liberty (299-301-306—906) finished in fifth place, 20 strokes behind tournament champion Radford (293-295-298—886). During the tournament, the Flames were led by Nathan Schenz-Davis (76-74-72—222). The redshirt sophomore tied for sixth at 6 over. Jay Calvo (73-75-77—225) maintained his 15th-place spot, while Andrew Nelson (74-78-79—231) finished at 15 over. Rounding out the Flame five were Stephen Dooley (76-75-80—231), also at 15 over, and Chris Watters (82-77-78—237), at 21 over.

Following Radford at the top of the pack were Longwood (301-290-310—901), 15 strokes back, and Belmont Abbey (299-291-313—903), which finished 17 strokes back.

Playing as an individual, Patrick Rada (68-70-74—212) of South Carolina won medalist honors at 4 under. Kyle Bailey (71-70-74—215) of Radford finished three strokes back, at 1 under. There was a two-way tie for third place, as Baker Elmore (74-69-75—218), another individual from South Carolina, finished at 2 over, tied with Thomas Parker (73-70-75—218) of Stetson.

The Flames conclude their fall season at the Old Dominion Seascape Collegiate, Oct. 29-30, at the Seascape Golf Course, located in Kitty Hawk, N.C.