Maryville College completed the final round of the Jekyll Island Intercollegiate on Sunday, as the Scots finished the 54-hole tournament in 27th.
MC's Tyler Bray led the way, as the sophomore posted back-to-back scores of 74. Bray finished the three-day tournament with a total score of 233 for a seven-over performance.
The Scot ranked tied for 47th individually as the Scots' top scorer.
Emory University took the tournament crown with a two-under 286 in the final round. The Eagles posted an 858 score on the Jekyll Island, Ga. golf course for a six-under victory.
Huntingdon College ranked second with a three-under 861, also posting a 286 on the second day of competition. Illinois Wesleyan College and Oglethorpe University rounded out the top four, as Illinois Wesleyan finished at an even-par 864. The Stormy Petrels shot a two-over 866.
Individually, Huntingdon College's Stephen Shephard took top honors, as fellow Hawk Drew Mathers placed second.
Shepard shot a final-round, six-under 66 to finish the tournament at 12-under. He posted matching 69s in the first two rounds for his 204 total. Mathers finished at eight-under with a 208 score, as Methodist University's Larkin Gross ranked third overall at 209.
Maryville's Wil Manuel followed Bray, as he shot an 81 on the final day. The senior finished tied for 93rd with a 14-over 230. Garrett Compliment's 79 gave him a total of 231, while D.J. Shelton's 85 rounded out the scoring at 248. Andy Cofer finished with an 83 for a three-day total of 257.
Maryville College will have a couple weeks off, before the Scots travel to Montgomery, Ala. for the Wynlakes Invitational. The two-round tournament is set for Monday and Tuesday, April 1-2.