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CHARLESTON, SC – The Seton Hall Men’s Golf Team will wrap up the fall season with three rounds of golf at the 2022 Daniel Island Intercollegiate at the Daniel Island Club Ralston Creek Course, October 30-November 1.

Tournament details:
2022 DANIEL ISLAND INTERCOLLEGIATE
Host: Charleston Southern University
Location: Charleston, South Carolina
Course: Ralston Creek Route
Vital elements of the course: Par-72, 7,446 yards
Appointment: October 30-November 1, 2022

THE LESSON:

As one of the top private golf clubs in Charleston, SC, Daniel Island Club offers the only pair of private golf courses in the country designed by Tom Fazio and Rees Jones playing in the same clubhouse. Both nationally rated courses are seamlessly integrated into the breathtaking Lowcountry landscape and country club district of Daniel Island Park.

Against a stunning backdrop of natural saltwater marshes and tidal stream views, renowned golf course architect Rees Jones has designed a true Low Country classic. Ralston Creek, Daniel Island’s second 18-hole masterpiece, is a par-72 course that runs 7,446 yards from the championship tees.

FIELD:

In addition to Seton Hall and host Charleston Southern, the field includes 15 other teams including: Campbell, College of Charleston, Florida Gulf Coast, Francis Marion, Houston Baptist, Jacksonville, Louisiana Tech, Loyola (Md.), Memphis, Mercer, Middle Tennessee State, Mississippi State, South Carolina, UAB, USC Upstate and Wofford.

THE FORMAT:

Teams will compete against five golfers and count the four lowest scores per round.

RANGE :

  1. George Frickersecond year
  2. Wen Liang XieSenior
  3. Wanxi SunYouth
  4. Angus O’Briensecond year
  5. Jack BosworthFirst-year student

Individual: Joshua Leesecond year
Individual: David LalyFirst-year student
Individual: Brody HanleyYouth

LAST DEATH:

First-year student George Fricker (Woodbridge, England) shot a par, 72, in the final round to lift The Hall to a 10th-place finish at the Georgetown Intercollegiate at Liberty National on Oct. 11. Fricker had four birdies and 11 pars en route to a par, 72. His day started well as he was 3-under through his first 10 holes. For the tournament, Fricker finished tied for 23rd among 60 individual golfers with a Seton Hall-best 7-over-par, 73-78-72-223.

As a team, The Hall shot a 12-over-par, 300, in the third round. Hall finished 10th in a fiercely competitive field that included national powerhouses Duke, Michigan and Penn State with a 36-over-par 296-304-300-900. Duke won the title in a tie. The Hall’s only BIG EAST competition, Georgetown, finished in 12th place at 46 over par.

LAST TIME AT DANIEL ISLAND:
Wen Liang Xie (Zhaoqing, China) was the individual finalist and Andres Acevedo notched a top 10 finish to lift the Pirates to the highly competitive Daniel Island Intercollegiate tag team title last fall.

Playing in a talented field that included a pair of top-50 contenders Virginia (20) and Florida State (48), The Hall led wire to wire to win their first tournament title since the Princeton Invitational in 2017. The first of that would be four wins in a momentous 2021-22 year.

The Pirates led the massive 20-team field with a 6-under par, 282-282-294-858, beating second-place South Carolina by four strokes. Xie had four birdies and 11 pars in the third round en route to his third consecutive 1-under, 71. Xie finished the event in three rounds tied for second among 104 individual golfers with a 3-under, 71-71-71-213, just one stroke behind the individual champion, Nevill Ruiter of Charleston.

SCHEDULE:

The course will play 18 holes each day for three days. Tee times will begin at 8:06 a.m. for rounds one and two and there will be a tee shot at 8:30 a.m. for round three. The Pirates will be paired with golfers from Campbell and Loyola, Md. in the first round beginning at 9:54 a.m. from the first tee.

THE RESULTS:

Live score will be available for the tournament via BirdieFire. Full results will also be available after each day’s competition on SHUpirates.com.

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