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Tuesday, October 8, 2002
CHARLESTON, S.C. --- Tennessee State finished in a fourth-place tie in the Charleston Southern University Fall Golf Invitational. The 36-hole tournament had a field of 12 teams. The Tigers had rounds of 297 and 294 to finish with a 591, sharing the final score with future Ohio Valley Conference member Samford University. Host Charleston Southern won the event with a 570, five strokes ahead of Florida Atlantic University. Mecer was third with a 576. Stu Michaels led the Tigers with rounds of 68 and 72 to finish with a 140 at the vent, held at the Coosaw Creek Country Club. Robert Dinwiddie, who had entered the event by winning three straight events, had his outstanding streak snapped. Dinwiddie finished with a 149. Other Tiger scores were Mark Searle 151, Robert Jordan 152, and Fraser Inglis had a 157. The Tigers finished three strokes ahead of Florida A&M’s 594. Rounding out the field were Radford 597, Birmingham Southern 601, High Point 606, Appalachian State 608, South Carolina State 610, and The Citadel 616. ###