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Tigers Host Big Blue Intercollegiate to Close Out Regular Season
Sunday, April 8, 2018
Tigers Host Big Blue Intercollegiate to Close Out Regular Season

Event 8: Big Blue Intercollegiate
Hosted by: Tennessee State
Date: Monday, Apr. 9 - Tuesday, Apr. 10, 2018
Location: Nashville, Tenn.
Course: Hermitage Golf Course - President's Reserve
Details: Par-71, Yardage – 7,044
Play: 54 Holes (36 Monday, 18 Tuesday)
Shotgun Start - 8:30 a.m.
Shotgun Start - 8:00 a.m.
Live Scoring
: NA

Participating Teams (13): Chicago State, Detroit, Evansville, Green Bay, John A. Logan, Miles College, Mississippi College, Murray State, Tennessee State, Union, UT Martin, Walters State and Wright State

     2017-18   Rounds   Scoring 
   Tiger Order   Avg.   Played   Rounds 
 1.   John Tyminski  74.2   20   19 
2.  Jermey Fultz  75.3   17   15 
 3.   Scotty Hudson   74.8   20   17 
 4.   Drew Owens   76.6   14   7 
5.  Kody Rendleman   77.1   20   12 
 I   Jay Grove   79.5   6   -- 
 I   Rosario Falzone   76.4   17   10 
 I   Sam Gatlin  79.0   11   -- 

NASHVILLE --- The Tigers had three different golfers card a round low at the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate. Scotty Hudson opened the tournament with a 2-under, 70, while John Tyminski grabbed the honors on day two with his own 2-under. Jermey Fultz made a charge on the final day as he posted a 4-under, 68 to finish the tournament at 2-under for a seventh place finish in the field of 84. Tyminski finished in 18th ahead of Hudson in 42nd. The Big Blue Intercollegiate is the last event of the 2017-18 season before the Ohio Valley Conference Championship in Muscle Shoals, Ala. Apr.23-25. All eight Tigers will compete in the BBI in hopes to qualify as one of the five to compete for TSU at the OVCs.