Gents Round at Field at LSU National Invitational
Sunday, April 3, 2011
BATON ROUGE, La.-The Centenary men's golf team wrapped up the LSU National Invitational in 12th place with a three-round total of 990 at the University Club on Sunday.

The Gents fired a 338 on the afternoon, 18 shots higher than their second round score on Saturday.

Senior Greg Berthelot (79-70-79) fired a team-low 79 in the final round to finish with a 54-hole score of 228 to finish tied for 21st overall.

Finishing one shot behind Berthelot on Sunday was senior Ryan Sparks (79-76-80) who placed 43rd with a total score of 235. Behind Sparks was senior Cannon Earp (79-84-84), who matched his second round score with his second straight round of 84, placing 59th with a 247 total score.

Also representing the Gents was sophomore Jay Frazier (95-90-95) who totaled 280, while junior Kyle Mehnert (122-108-110) totaled 340, to finish 65th and 66th, respectively.

LSU (295-294-297) captured the team title with a three-round total of 886, one shot better than second-place Chattanooga (297-298-292) with a total of 887. Iowa (295-293-305) finished third with a score of 893.

Chattanooga's Stephan Jaeger (70-67-72) took top honors as the individual champion, scoring a 209, 7-under par over two days.

Centenary will continue play on April 11-12 in Longview, Texas at LeTourneau's Invitational.