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Eagles tie for 4th, advance to finals
The Georgia Southern golf team celebrates qualifying for the NCAA Championships after its fourth place finish at the NCAA Southeast Regional at the Captial City Club Crabapple Course Saturday in Alpharetta. Back Row, L-R: head coach Larry Mays, assistant coach Carter Collins. Middle row, L-R: Florian Sander, Ryan Zabroske, Spence Fulford. Front row, L-R: Logan Blondell, Matt Deal.
ALPHARETTA – For two days, the Crabapple Course at the Capital City Golf Club got the best of almost everyone. With a spot in the NCAA Championships on the line Saturday, Georgia Southern struck back. Three Eagles turned in even-par rounds as GSU came from five shots behind fifth-place Brigham Young to earn a fourth-place tie with Arizona State at 23-over par for the Southeast Regional and claim one of five spots in the 30-team championship field, which will compete June 1-6 in Chattanooga, Tenn. for the Division I national title.