LORTON, Va. — Appalachian State University men’s golf completed the final round of the Patrior Intercollegiate on Monday afternoon.
The Mountaineers shot 294 (round one), 299 (round two) and 299 (round three) to finish tied for 12th with a tournament total of 892. The 294 round one score was tied for the fourth lowest team score for the round.
Old Dominion took the 2016 Patriot Intercollegiate title with a total of 849 (-3) with Eastern Kentucky (851) and George Mason (870) finishing behind right them. Eastern Kentucky featured the individual champion, Erik Lindwall, who shot a 208 over the three rounds.
Freshman Tripp Summerlin shot a plus-six 77 after having a 73 and 71 first and second round to card the lowest tournament total for the Mountaineers with a 221 (+8), finishing tied-29th.
Alex Burris finished one stroke behind Summerlin at tied-33rd, going 72, 75 and 74 to finish with a tournament total of 222.
Patrick Moriarty started off one-over par in the first round at 72 before posting a 79 in round two. The senior rebounded in round three with 73 to finish with a total of 224 for tied for 44th.
The Mountaineers posted a tournament-best round on day one when they posted a 294 and sat in fourth place going into the next two rounds on Sunday.
Moriarty led the way for Appalachian in the first round, tying for 14th place (72). Burris and Summerlin were one stroke behind in round one at 73 to place tied-23rd while Watson posted a 76 to end round one placed tied for 62nd. Rounding out the lineup, Hodges posted a day one 79 to place tied-92nd.
The Mountaineers will be back on the golf course on Monday, Oct. 3 for the Cleveland State Intercollegiate in Aurora, Ohio.