Bray earns All-Tournament as Scots finish fourth at Chick-fil-A Invitational

Bray earns All-Tournament as Scots finish fourth at Chick-fil-A Invitational

The Maryville College's Men's Golf squad improved 10 strokes over their first-round performance on Tuesday, as the Scots completed the Chick-fil-A Collegiate Invitational in fourth.

MC's Tyler Bray finished tied for sixth overall, as the sophomore standout's one-over par tournament earned All-Tournament honors. Bray recorded a one-over par on Monday, before he bounced back with an even-par 72.

He finished the two-day event with a 145.

Four of the five Maryville golfers saw improvements from day one to day two. The Scots finished fourth with a 28-over 604.

The teams listed with "B" played as individuals in the Rome, Ga. tournament.

Central Alabama Community College took the win, as they finished Stonebridge Golf Club course with a two-day, one-under performance. Central Alabama shot a two-under 286 on the opening day before posting a one-over 289 today. They finished at 575.

Berry College took second at their home tournament with a nine-over 585. LaGrange College's 14-over 600 ranked third, as the Scots took fourth just four strokes behind the Panthers.

Central Alabama Community College took the top-two individual spots overall, as Reed Love shot a four-under 68 today for the win. He surpassed teammate Noah Dennis who had the lead after day one.

Love posted a five-under 139, as Dennis finished the tournament at three-under with a 141.

Berry's Preston DeSantis and Emory University's Andrew Dipetrillo tied for third at two-under, as Central Alabama's Caleb O'Toole ranked fifth at one-under.

Bray, along with Augsburg College's Dakota Krech and Oglethorpe's Justin Rickerson tied for sixth at one-over, 145.

Senior Wil Manuel improved two shots on the second day of competition with a one-over 73, while he added a pair of Eagles on the back nine to bring his career total to 10. He shot a four-over 148 to tie for 13th, while Hunter DeSena's six-shot improvement ranked him tied for 39th. DeSena had a two-over 74 in the second round for a tournament score of 154.

D.J. Shelton shot a 78 for a 158, as Andy Cofer tallied a 164.

Maryville will look to their final tournament of the 2018 fall campaign on Oct. 29-30. The Scots' home event – the Maryville College Fall Invitational – is slated for 10 a.m. at Egwani Farms Golf Course in Rockford, Tenn.