Following an 11th place finish at the Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate, Liberty's Isaiah Logue has been named this week's Big South Men's Golf Freshman of the Week.
Logue has been named the Big South Men's Golf Freshman of the Week four times this year (Oct. 24, Feb. 6, Feb. 19 and March 13). The rookie has received the weekly accolade following each of Liberty's three spring tournaments.
The native of Fairfield, Pa., posted a 4-under par 206 (70-68-68) on the par-70, 6,617-yard Palmetto Golf Club, which is the fourth oldest golf course in the country.
Logue closed the event with consecutive 2-under par rounds of 68, marking his first two collegiate sub-70 rounds of golf.
This week's showing at the USC Aiken-hosted event marks the second time Logue has posted a 4-under par score at a tournament. He also carded a 4-under par finish at the Pinetree Intercollegiate to finish out the fall schedule with a fourth place tournament showing.
Logue finished the 90-man field event tied for second place in par-3 scoring (2-under par) and fourth in the field in pars (39).
The 11th place finish lowered the rookie's season stroke average to 73.43, which ranks second on the team. He has carded six total rounds of golf at par or better this season, three of which were recorded at this week's event.
Logue and the Flames return to action March 21 and 22 when they travel to Greensboro, Ga., to compete in the Linger Longer Invitational. The two-day, 54-hole event, co-hosted by Mercer and Kennesaw State, will be contested at the Great Waters Golf Club.
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