A top-five finish by Isaiah Logue helped Liberty capture the 2018 Duck Invitational title and the senior earn Big South Men's Golfer of the Week honors.
The league named the Fairfield, Pa., native their top golfer of the week earlier today after he finished tied for fifth place earlier this week in Eugene, Ore.
Logue finished tied for fifth place with a 1-under par 212 (68-73-71) and was one of six players in the 88-player field to post an under-par score.
The senior's top-five showing allowed Liberty to finish tied atop the 16-team leaderboard with No. 30 Oregon.
The tournament victory was Liberty's first since claiming the 2016 Big South Men's Golf Championship and moved the Flames up to No. 45 in the latest Golfstat national rankings.
Logue led the field with 46 pars and he finished tied for fifth place in par-3 scoring, playing the par-3 holes at even par (3.00 average).
Logue bookended rounds at par or better in the event, giving him 11 rounds at par or better during his senior season. He opened the tournament with a 3-under par 69 at the Eugene Country Club (par 71, 7,020 yards), his sixth sub-70 round of the year.
The Flames will play in their final tune-up before the 2018 Big South Men's Golf Championship when the team returns to the course, April 13-15, for the Mason Rudolph Championship. Vanderbilt hosts the three-day, 54-hole event on its home course, the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tenn.
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