TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — WKU’s Billy Tom Sargent hit his stride in Sunday’s final round
of Florida State’s Seminole Intercollegiate with a season-low 67.
The redshirt junior’s 5-under 67 was the lowest round of the day at the par-72,
6,965-yard Golden Eagle Country Club, as well as the second-lowest single-round
score of the entire tournament.
Sargent improved drastically across each round and finished tied for 26th with a 218
(78-73-67) total. Sunday’s finale was two shots off his career low and was his sixth
round of 69 or better this season.
WKU finished 13th as a team with a 904 (296-302-306) tally. The host Seminoles won
the crown at 844.
Redshirt sophomore Linus Lo tied for 41st for WKU with a 224 (74-73-77) total, while
junior Stuart Easton tied for 43rd at 225 (70-75-80).
Junior Blake Smith carded a 238 (75-81-82) across the three rounds, and freshman
Chase Landrum finished at 243 (77-82-84).
WKU is back in action this month at the Border Olympics, hosted by Houston on March
9-10 in Laredo, Texas.
Seminole Intercollegiate Final Results
T26. Billy Tom Sargent (78-73-67-218)
T41. Linus Lo (74-73-77-224)
T43. Stuart Easton (70-75-80-225)
T69. Blake Smith (75-81-82-238)
74. Chase Landrum (77-82-84-243)
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