Liberty's Mathieu Fenasse posted a 6-under par 102 during 27 holes of play in a heads-up match against Stetson.
Liberty opened the spring portion of its 2014-15 schedule with a heads-up win over Stetson on Monday in a 27-hole event contested at the Victoria Hills Golf Club.
The event was slated for 36 holes, but shortened by nine holes due to darkness. Liberty posted a 3-over par 435, finishing 10 strokes ahead of the Hatters' 13-over par 445.
During the heads-up match, both teams competed with six golfers counting toward their team score, with each team taking the top four scores per nine-hole segments.
Liberty also had three golfers compete as individuals, while Stetson fielded four individuals to round out the 19-man field.
Liberty's Mathieu Fenasse was the only golfer to post a 27-hole total in red figures, carding a 6-under par 102 on the par 72, 7,149 yard course.
The Flames' Isaiah Logue followed with a 1-over par 109, while Adam Eineving posted a 5-over par 113.
Rounding out the half dozen golfers that counted toward Liberty's score were Harrison Winger, who posted an 8-over par 116, Tyler Abrahamsen, who posted a 9-over par 117, and Hutson Chandler, who posted a 17-over par 125.
Liberty's Colby Francis (16-over par 124), Austin Inman (23-over par 131) and Mitchell Klooz (24-over par 132) each competed as individuals.
Stetson's top golfer was Dustin Dingus, who finished with a 1-over par 109, followed by Eliott Azoulay (3-over par 111), Dirk Kuehler (5-over par 113) and Zach Stark (7-over par 115).
The Flames will return to the "Sunshine State" in two weeks to participate in the Sea Best Invitational. The two-day, 54-hole event is hosted by Jacksonville on Feb. 2-3 at the TPC Sawgrass – Valley Course in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Season Stat Note:
Golfstat.com, who is responsible for processing the official collegiate golf rankings, only recognizes completed 18 holes of play.
Liberty's official season statistics will be as follows for this event: Fenasse (-6/66), Logue (-1/71), Eineving (+4/76), Winger (+6/78), Abrahamsen (+6/78), Francis (+10/82), Chandler (+10/82), Inman (+15/85) and Klooz (+16/88).