Hilton Head, SC - Southern Wesleyan finished fourth in the Battle at Hilton Head on Monday and Tuesday. The Warriors shot +19 which was better than nine other schools in the tournament.
Round One: 297
Round Two: 298
How It Happened
Noah Mullens led the way for the Warriors in round two of the Battle at Hilton Head. Mullens shot 80 in round one and 69 in round two to shoot 149 on the tournament and tied for 14th place. Followed by Mullens was Dominic Ramsey. Ramsey shot 77 in round one and 73 in round two to shoot 150 on the tournament and tie for 20th place.
Eric Shea followed right behind Ramsey by shooting 150 overall and 70 in round one and 80 in round two. Shea was also tied for 20th place. Ty Campbell shot the next best for the Warriors, with 72 in round one and 80 in round two. Campbell shot 152 overall and tied for 28th place. Zach Huebner shot 154 overall, shooting 78 in round one and 76 in round two. He tied for 38th place.
Southern Wesleyan will compete in the Southern Tide Invitational on March 4 and 5. They will then compete in the North Greenville Invitational on March 18 and 19.