March 13, 2005
Senior Jack Ferguson was Clemson’s top golfer on Sunday and for the tournament overall in the Southern Highlands Collegiate at Southern Highlands Country Club in Las Vegas. Ferguson shot a 73 on Sunday to finish in 33rd place at 223.
Clemson finished 13th in the 15-team field with a team score of 903 after a 306 on Sunday. The field included 15 of the top 25 teams in the nation. UNLV, the host school, won the tournament by 15 shots over Georgia. UNLV shot an 855 score, while the Bulldogs were at 870. Florida was third at 872 and Oklahoma State was fourth at 874 and Arizona State was fifth at 876.
Ferguson had rounds of 74-76-73 on the par 72 course that is 7510 yards in length, the longest course in Clemson history. Martin Catalioto was Clemson’s second best golfer at the event with a 225 score. Catalioto was seventh in the individual race entering the day after shooting a 68 in the second round, but he skied to an 82 on Sunday. He finished 40th.
Brent Delahoussaye also finished at 225 after rounds of 73-78-74, while Brian Duncan had a 232 after rounds of 78-77-77. Stephen Poole was 74th in the event with a 239 score after rounds of 78-76-85. Clemson will next be in action next weekend at the Chris Schenkel Invitational in Statesboro, GA.
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