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Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate Next for Tigers
Saturday, March 17, 2018
Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate Next for Tigers

Event 7: Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate
Hosted by: Tennessee Tech
Date: Sunday, Mar. 18 - Tuesday, Mar. 20, 2018
Location: Sevierville, Tenn.
Course: Sevierville Golf Club - River Course
Details: Par-72, Yardage – 6,913; 6,796; 6,843
Play: 54 Holes (18 Sunday, 18 Monday, 18 Tuesday)
Shotgun Start - 10:00 a.m. ET
Shotgun Start - 10:00 a.m. ET
Shotgun Start - 10:00 a.m. ET
Live Scoring
: NA

Participating Teams (14): Austin Peay, Belmont, Carson-Newman, Detroit Mercy, Eastern Kentucky, Evansville, Lincoln Memorial, Marshall, Maryville College, Montreat College, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, UT Martin, Wright State

     2017-18   Rounds   Scoring 
   Tiger Order   Avg.   Played   Rounds 
 1.   John Tyminski  74.5   17   16 
 2.   Scotty Hudson   74.8   17   16 
 3.   Jermey Fultz   76.1   14   12 
 4.   Kody Rendleman   76.9   17   10 
 5.   Drew Owens   76.6   11   4 

NASHVILLE --- John Tyminski carded a 1-under, 71, during the final round of the Grover Page Classic to place in a tie for fifth. The sophomore jumped four spots on the final day to force a scorecard playoff to determine the final spot on the all-tournament team. Tyminski earned the nod and was named to the five man honor squad. Tyminski (2-Over, 218) finished the 54-hole event with 36 pars, which was third most of all golfers. The Brentwood, Tenn. product collected eight birdies to help break a four-way tie. Tyminski’s performance helped Tennessee State to a fourth place finish in the team competition. The Tigers (36-Over, 900) finished ahead of New Orleans (902), but fell short of catching Ohio Valley Conference rivals UT Martin (887) and Tennessee Tech (888). Delta State claimed the team title with a 15-Over, 879.