Top-Ranked EFSC Golf Adds One-Day Match To Schedule

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Eastern Florida’s nationally top-ranked golf team

Eastern Florida’s nationally top-ranked golf team has added a one-day match to its schedule. (EFSC Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida’s nationally top-ranked golf team has added a one-day match to its schedule.

Head coach Jamie Howell will send five players against NCAA Division III Guilford College of North Carolina at 2 p.m.

Monday at the Rockledge Country Club while five others will be competing in the two-day, 54-hole Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Eagle Invitational in Daytona Beach.

Playing at Embry-Riddle will be Dalton Bartlett, Lorenzo Bolivar, Alex Blue, Corey Herman and either Michael Keymont or Aaron Giles.

Playing against Guilford will be Kerry Sweeney, Mickey DeMorat, Drew Cooke, Brad Gray and either Keymont or Giles.

Jamie Howell
Jamie Howell

“I am taking a younger team to Embry Riddle to get some extra tournament rounds for all as well as not having any of our team members miss too much class,” said Eastern Florida head coach Jamie Howell.

Eastern Florida has had a good spring, winning consecutive tournaments at Florida Tech and Darton State College in Georgia, placing second and sixth in its season-opening Titan Winter Invitational and winning a one-day match against NCAA Division I St. Peter’s College.

The Titans close their spring schedule with the March 30–31 Barry Buccaneer Invitational in Miami, where it will be the only NJCAA team competing, and the April 27–28 NJCAA District 4 Championship in Alexander City, Alabama, the final stop before the May 10-15 NJCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship in Newton, Kansas.

Eastern Florida is seeking its 13th consecutive trip to the national tournament.