March 28, 2006
AWENDAW, S.C. --- The Auburn men's golf team carded a final round 11-over 295 and finished 15th at 34-over 886 in the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate at the par-71, 7,229-yard Bulls Bay Golf Club in Awendaw, S.C., Tuesday.
Wake Forest (290-842) ran away with the title, finishing 16 strokes ahead of second place Central Florida (287-858). South Carolina (296-858) finished third ahead of Augusta State (295-860), No. 16 North Carolina (292-866), LSU (287-874), North Carolina State (298-875), Vanderbilt (298-877), No. 22 Alabama (294-879) and No. 14 Clemson (300-879).
Florida State (295-881) finished 11th followed by No. 18 Kentucky (296-883), College of Charleston (300-884), Virginia (307-885) and Auburn (295-886).
Sophomore All-SEC Patton Kizzire finished tied for 22nd at 5-over 218 following a final round 74. True freshman Glenn Northcutt finished tied for 42nd with a 73-222 while junior Andrew Medley (73) and senior All-SEC Stuart Moore (75) finished tied for 53rd at 224. Sophomore Jay Moseley finished 68th at 76-229.
"We just found ourselves in too big a hole early in the tournament," head coach Mike Griffin said. "It was a tough week for us. We have to go home and keep working hard and get ready for the Hitchcock."
Augusta State's Jamie Miller (70-64-70-204) edged Wake Forest's Webb Simpson (68-65-72-205) by one stroke to claim medalist honors.
Auburn returns to action April 7-9 when it plays host to the 19th annual Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate at the Auburn University Club.