Inclement weather prevails as Panthers place seventh

Mother Nature interfered for the final round of the Collegiate Classic hosted by the Georgia State men’s golf team in Duluth,Ga.

The tournament was cancelled after just two rounds due to extensively heavy rains that moved through the state of Georgia Tuesday.

The Panthers were forced to accept a seventh place finish.

Georgia State opened the tournament with a team total score of 292 in the first round and a second round of 283.

The Panthers were led in scoring by Freshman Alexander Herrmann. He tied for fourth place in the tournament. Herrmann shot a 70 in the two rounds, which was 4-under-par for the tournament.

Freshman Maximillian Herrmann, Alexander Herrmann’s twin brother, tied for eleventh with a total score of 142.

Herrmann shot a first-round 75 and a second round of 67, which gave him a 2-under-par for the tournament.

UNC Greensboro was declared the winner of the tournament after going 14-under-par for the two rounds of the tournament.

UNC Greensboro’s Carter Jenkins took the overall individual victory after going eight-under-par for the tournament. Jenkins had rounds of 69 in the first round and 67 in the second round.

The Panthers will return to action for the UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate on Oct. 25-26.