Men's golf moved up to sixth at O'Briant-Jensen

Men's golf moved up to sixth at O'Briant-Jensen

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Berry College shot a second round 305 and placed sixth at the O'Briant-Jensen Invitational, which concluded on Tuesday at the Sedgefield Dye Course. The Vikings began the day in 11th place and leap-frogged five teams with its two-day 614 tally. Results

Tommy McCloskey shot a 74 on Tuesday and placed third with a 144 score after his even-par score on Monday. 

Greensboro College  held onto its first-round lead and placed first with a 597 score. The Pride's 304 Tuesday number was the only round better than Berry's on the final day. GC was 11 strokes better than host and runnerup Guilford College.

Nicholas Shedd of host Guilford--playing as an individual--won medalist honors (69-72--141).

Other Berry scoring: Drew Kosko, 76-76--152, T18, T30; Kile Williams, 83-75--188, T41; Alex Elmore, 80-81--161, T53;  Chase Kulczak, 83-80--163, T61.

"It was a better round for us as we played smart golf today," said Head Coach Brian Farrer. "Moving ahead of some teams today was a really good way to close the Fall season. Tommy McCloskey held the team together at this event."

The event concludes the Fall season for the Vikings. BC returns to action at the Callaway Collegiate on March 1, 2014.

Video of Head Coach Brian Farrer after the O'Briant-Jensen: