Berthelot Shoots Even in First Collegiate Tournament
Tuesday, September 18, 2007

JACKSON, Miss. – In his first tournament at Centenary, freshman golfer Greg Berthelot shot even par (67-73-76), which was good for a seventh place tie at the Jackson State National Invitational. As a team the Gents shot a 926 placing them in ninth, 11 strokes behind Alabama State for eighth and 76 behind first place Murray State.

 

In his third round, Berthelot shot a 76, which was four strokes behind the winner Jordan Cox from Southern Illinois. Nick Faitz (76-74-77), who shot 227 in three-rounds tie for 34th, while Mark Weeber (79-77-78) finished tied for 44th.

 

Rounding out the Gents golfers in the first tournament of the year was Zachary Bruhnke (80-88-83), who was 52nd. The final Centenary golfer was Matthew Williams (92-92-81), who was 54th.

 

The Gents will be back on the course next weekend at the McNeese State in Lake Charles, La.