Tech Finishes 12th at SHC Masters

Seth Reeves tied for 26th place.

March 9, 2014


Las Vegas, Nev. - Ollie Schniederjans fired a 2-under-par 70, the best round by a Georgia Tech player over the weekend, and the third-ranked Yellow Jackets posted their best team score of the weekend and finished 12th at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters.

Complete Results

The round by Schniederjans was the only subpar round by a Tech player on the 7,510-yard, par 72 Southern Highlands Golf Club in the tournament, and the junior from Powder Springs, Ga., finished in a tie for 12th place individually at 6-over-par 222, five shots behind medalist Patrick Rodgers of Stanford (217, +1).

Tech, meanwhile, turned in a 12-over-par 300 Sunday and finished 54 holes at 917 (+54). Seth Reeves shot a 3-over 75 Sunday, Bo Andrews added a 76 and Anders Albertson and Richard Werenski each shot 79.

Host UNLV completed a wire-to-wire victory on its home course with a 22-over-par total of 886, two shots ahead of 10th-ranked Stanford (+24) and No. 2 Oklahoma State (+24). Top-ranked Alabama (+33) and No. 19 UCLA (+33) tied for fourth place. The 15-team field includes the nation's top five teams and 11 of the nation's top 25.

Only three teams broke par for a single round during the tournament, and only 21 subpar rounds were recorded by individuals.

Tech returns to action March 24-25 at the Floridian Intercollegiate in Palm City, Fla.

Southern Highlands Golf Club (par 72), Las Vegas, Nev.
Final Results




UNLV 886 (+22), Stanford 888, Oklahoma State 888, UCLA 897, Alabama 897, Georgia 900, Texas 901, California 903, Oklahoma 904, New Mexico 905, TCU 907, Georgia Tech 917, Texas A&M 918, Arizona State 920, Texas Tech 921

Patrick Rodgers, Stanford, 217 (+1); Wyndham Clark, Oklahoma State, 219; Jonathan Garrick, UCLA, 219; Gavin Green, New Mexico, 219; Toni Hakula, Texas, 219; Kurt Kitayama, UNLV, 219; Michael Schoolcraft, Oklahoma, 219

Ollie Schniederjans 76-76-70--222 (t12); Seth Reeves 78-73-75--226 (t26), Richard Werenski 77-78-79--234 (t59); Bo Andrews 84-75-76--235 (t62); Anders Albertson 84-78-79--241 (t74)