FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Andrew Landry finished tied for ninth on the individual leaderboard Tuesday at the UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate Championship in Greensboro, N.C. The junior fired a final-round 71 to finish the event with a one-under-par 215. The top-ten finish was Landry’s third of the season and 12th in his Razorback career.
Arkansas had its lowest team finish of the fall season with an 12th-place result at the event. The Razorbacks posted a 296 team score during the final round and finished the two-day tournament with a 24-over-par 888 total.
Junior Jason Turner shot a final-round 76 and a five-over-par 221 overall as UA’s second finisher. Turner finished with a share of 29th place. Sophomore David Lingmerth carded a seven-over-par 223 to end the tournament tied for 40th place.
Senior Barrett Lais and freshman Sam Chavez were Arkansas’ fourth and fifth performers, respectively. Lais posted a three-over-par 75 Tuesday, his low round of the event. Chavez struggled with a final-round 80 and finished in 76th place overall.
The University of Louisville claimed the top spot on the team and individual leaderboard. The Cardinals were four-under-par over the two days to take the team title and Derek Fathauer maintained his lead from day one to win the individual crown with a ten-under-par 206.
The Bridgestone Collegiate served as the final team event of the fall season for the Razorbacks. Arkansas will begin the spring portion of its schedule Feb. 20-22 at the John A. Burns Intercollegiate in Wahiawa, Hawaii. Log on to www.hogwired.com for continued coverage of Razorback golf.