Jackson T. Stephens Cup: Florida State Men, Wake Forest Women take the titles
Florida State Men's Golf (FSU Athletics Photo)
The Florida State men's team and the Wake Forest women's team secured the team titles at the Jackson T. Stephens Cup at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, Tex.
Florida State defeated Arizona 3-2, while Wake Forest defeated Texas 3-2.
, Brett Roberts
, and Luke Clanton
recorded wins for Florida State, while medalist Tiger Christensen
and Yannick Malik
won for Arizona.
, Macy Pate
and Carolina Chacarra
won matches for Wake Forest, and Bentley Cotton
and Huai-Chien Hsu
won matches for Texas.
SMU defeated LSU 3-1-1 for third place in the men's competition, while Stanford defeated South Carolina 4-1 for third place in the women's competition.
Tiger Christensen of Arizona and Lauren Kim of Texas won medalist honors in the stroke play portion of the Cup.
Christensen shot 19-under total with rounds of 66-67-64 to win by five shots. He started his final round 5-under through the first seven holes.
Christensen's win was the first of his collegiate career and broke a program record for the lowest 54-hole score in a tournament.
In the stroke play portion, Florida State and Arizona finished in first and second place. SMU finished in third place at 39-under, LSU finished in fourth place at 32-under, and San Diego State finished in fifth place at 31-under.
In the women's competition, the results had to wait until Wednesday morning between Texas and Wake Forest.
Wake Forest Women's Golf
The individual and the team competition were both tied after the conclusion of the third round, and the playoff could not happen due to darkness.
Lauren Kim of Texas and Adela Cernousek of Wake Forest were tied for first place at 11-under, and Texas and Wake Forest are tied for the team lead at 23-under.
Kim won on the fourth playoff hole, winning the individual title and the team competition for Texas.
ABOUT THE Stephens Cup
Debuting in 2021, the Jackson T. Stephens Cup is an
annual collegiate golf
tournament named in memory of the late Augusta
National Chairman, Jackson T.
Stephens. The tournament is a four-day stroke play-
match play event featuring
NCAA Division I National Championship contending
men’s and women’s teams.
The tournament format will be 54 holes of stroke
play setting the field for a final day
of match play based on the stroke-play team finish;
the final day of match play will
be 18 holes. The event will also recognize its 54-hole
winners upon completion of
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