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@RazorbackMGolf Turns In Strong Finish To SEC Championship

04/27/2014
Athletic Communications
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ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – Behind stellar rounds of six-under par 64 from senior Sebastian Cappelen and a five-under 65 by sophomore Taylor Moore, the No. 19 Arkansas men’s golf team shot a program SEC Championship record 275 in Sunday’s final round to finish in a tie for sixth place at the Sea Island Golf Club’s Seaside Course.

Cappelen’s bogey-free 64 was not only a career-low and the lowest round of the day, but also equaled the program SEC Championship record set in 1995 by Bud Still, also in the third round. Cappelen and Still are the only two Razorbacks to win the SEC individual title, while Cappelen’s 65 pushed him up 23 spots on the leaderboard into a tie for 13th place, good for his third career top 15 at the SECs.

Moore’s 65 was also a career-low, as he carded eight birdies on the day to jump from a tie for 47th to a tie for 26th place. Behind Cappelen and Moore’s final rounds and sophomore Nicolas Echavarria’s first round four-under 66, the Razorbacks turned in the three of the five lowest scores in program history at the SEC Championship over the weekend.

Arkansas’ three-round 280(E)-287-275(-5)/842 put it in a tie for sixth with Missouri. For the third time in program history at the event, the Razorbacks didn’t count a score over 74 in the any of the three rounds.

No. 1 Alabama claimed its third straight SEC Championship while Bobby Wyatt took home medalist honors, breaking Cappelen’s 54-hole record set in 2013.

Arkansas will find out its destination for NCAA Regionals on Monday, May 5, at 9 a.m. when the NCAA selections are announced at 9 a.m. on the Golf Channel.

Arkansas Lineup
T13. Sebastian Cappelen – 71-73-64(-6)/208 (-2)
T13. Nicolas Echavarria – 66(-4)-68(-2)-74/208 (-2)
T26. Taylor Moore – 72-74-65(-5)/211
T51. Kolton Crawford – 71-72-75/218
T67. Zach Coats – 76-78-72/226

Worthy Of A Hog Call (#WPS)
Cappelen’s bogey-free round on Sunday wasn’t a first for the Denmark native in the final round at the SEC Championship. In fact, Cappelen has gone bogey-free in the final round of the SEC Championship each of the last two years, carding 26 pars, 10 birdies and no bogeys over that span.

McMakin Post-Round Sound
“I can’t say enough about the performances of Sebastian and Taylor. We needed big rounds today and they came through. Overall, we can take a lot from this weekend and head into the NCAA Regional with some confidence.”

@RazorbackMGolf Quick Hits
• Arkansas has finished in the top six at the SEC Championship six straight years.
• Just the third time in 23 trips to the SEC Championship that every counting score was 74 or lower. All three (2009, 12, 14) have come under head coach Brad McMakin.
• The final round 275 broke the program SEC Championship record of 278 set in the first round of 2010.
• Arkansas had 21 birdies in the final round compared to a combined 24 in the first two rounds.
• Cappelen is just the fifth player in program history to play in four SEC Championships.
• In four SEC Championship appearances, Cappelen has been Arkansas’ low-man in three events and turned in a counting score all 12 rounds.
• Over 216 career holes at the SEC Championship, Cappelen had 155 pars and 33 birdies.
• The top 20 finish is the 35th of Cappelen’s career while the 64 was his 50th career under-par round.
• Cappelen’s 64 equaled a career-low he set at the Border Olympics in March of 2011.
• Cappelen has finished under-par in 15 career tournaments while Echavarria has done so five times.
• Echavarria’s top 20 was his second of the season and fifth of his career.
• Echavarria’s three-round 208 is the second-best 54-hole score of his career.
• Moore led the Razorbacks with 12 birdies over the three rounds and went over 200 for his career.
• Moore’s 65 is tied for the third-best round in program history at the SEC Championship.
• Moore has turned in a counting score in 19 straight rounds, including all 18 in the spring.

Post-Round Tweetables (140 Characters Or Less)
• Final round six-under 64 by @SCappele equals the @RazorbackMGolf program @SEC record set in 1995 by Bud Still #SeaBass #WPS
• Led by a 64 from @SCappele & a 65 by @T_MoorePing, @RazorbackMGolf final round score of 275 set a new program @SEC record
• .@RazorbackMGolf has finished in the top six in six straight @SEC Championships #WPS #NeverYield

2014 SEC Championship Final Standings (Golf World/NIKE Ranking)
1. Alabama (1) – 272 (-8)-266(-14)-268(-12)/806 (-34)
2. LSU (21) – 284-275(-5)-263(-17)/822 (-18)
3. Auburn (22) – 274(-6)-281-274(-6)/829 (-11)
4. Georgia (5) – 277(-3)-284-272(-8)/833 (-7)
5. South Carolina (24) – 277(-3)-278(-2)-283/838 (-2)
T6. Arkansas (19) – 280 (E)-287-275(-5)/842
T6. Missouri – 288-280-274(-6)/842
8. Kentucky – 287-284-273(-7)/844
T9. Mississippi State – 287-281-281/849
T9. Texas A&M (12) – 288-286-275(-5)/849
11. Vanderbilt (14) – 288-288-276(-4)/852
T12. Tennessee – 289-290-280(E)/859
T12. Florida – 292-281-286/859
14. Ole Miss – 292-293-290/875

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