Roadrunners Come Up Short In Bid For Fifth-Straight Bojangles Tennessee Intercollegiate Title

Monday, October 26, 2020
The Roadrunners didn't get their fifth-straight win in the event, but they made a furious comeback that came up just short as Dalton State finished 2nd with an 869 (+5) in the Bojangles Tennessee Intercollegiate at The Links at Kahite in Vonore, Tenn. on Saturday and Sunday.
 
Host Tennessee Wesleyan finished in 1st at 863 (-1), just 6 strokes in front of the Roadrunners. Reinhardt (Ga.) (880, +16) was 3rd, followed by Walters State (902, +38) in 4th.
Cleveland State (921, +57) rounded out the top 5.
 
RECAP
Tyler White led the Birds for the first time with a 4th place finish with rounds of (69-74-72) for a 1-under total and an All-Tournament selection. It is the first time in his career as a Roadrunner that he has paced the lineup.
 
Ben Rebne (72-77-68) and Steve Kibare (74-71-72) finished tied for 7th at 1-over for the tournament. Rebne rebounded on Sunday from a 77 in his second round on Saturday while Kibare continues to shine with fellow freshman Trevor Bassett.
 
Speaking of Bassett, he concluded the tournament in 10th at 4-over with rounds of (71-74-75). Sophomore Joshua Stern made his first appearance in the lineup this season and came away tied for 21st with Hunter Bowers of Bluefield (Va.) and Dalton Sutton of Walters State.

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The Birds will hit the course again on November 2 & 3 when they make the short trip to Nob North to play in the ALC Eagle Invitational hosted by Alice Lloyd (Ky.).


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