NEW LONDON, N.C. (April 27, 2014) -- Ollie Schniederjans was simply on fire.
The Georgia Tech junior capped a marvelous run at the ACC Men's Golf Championship, shooting a final-round 69 to win the individual title by five shots.
Schniederjans' stellar play, which in total included rounds of 65-70-69 powered the Yellow Jackets to a six-shot team victory.
Florida State took solid performances from Jack Maguire (72-71-67) and Hank Lebioda (68-71-71) to finish second place.
Clemson, on the strength of Austin Langdale and Cody Proveaux, finished alone in third.
In the end, it was all about Schniederjans.
His impressive play led to Georgia Tech's fifth ACC title in six years and the 15th in program history.
“Just super excited for the team to win and then for me to win, it’s a perfect way to finish the day,” Schniederjans said to theACC.com. “It’s such a nice setting out here on 18 and to look at the scoreboard and we have a five shot lead as a team and I have a five shot lead as an individual, it’s just really nice. It’s kind of what you dream about o
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