Mississippi State -51
Augusta State E
Georgia College +39
Virginia Tech +50
South Carolina +79
Georgia Southern +130
East Georgia DNF
St. Ambrose DNF
Full scores available via the pdga here.
Stay tuned for more photos and coverage of this event.
Day Two - Rounds Three and Four
North Augusta, SC - Day Two at the National Collegiate Disc Golf Championships saw clear skies and many early morning bridies. Taking advantage of light winds on the Hippodrome Red Course, many teams turned in solid rounds. The second round of the day consisted of a round from the longest Black tees. This round marked the end of singles competition. Drew Davis of Mississippi State was crowned the Singles Champion. The top six finishers earned a position on the All-American Team.
Drew Davis (Mississippi State) -19
William Scott (Arkansas) -18
Zac Simpson (Alabama Huntsville) -15
Ray Cartledge (Clemson) -14
Nathan Pitts (Ala-Huntsville) -14
Mark Wilhelmi (Ga Southern) -11
Full Singles scores avaiable via the pdga.
Going into the last day of competition, the standings are as follows:
Mississippi State -41
Augusta State +9
Virginia Tech +34
Georgia College +36
South Carolina +75
Georgia Southern +96
St. Ambrose +126
East Georgia +146
North Augusta, SC - The 3rd annual National Collegiate Disc Golf Championships began under blue skies and near perfect conditions. 18 teams competed in series of best shot singles. The lowest three scores from each team were counted.
University of Alabama-Huntsville -20
Mississippi State University -17
University of Arkansas -16
University of Oregon -9
Augusta State University -5
Georgia State College and University -1
University of Kentucky +3
University of Alabama +3
University of Georgia +6
Virginia Tech +17
University of Florida +24
University of Nebraska-Hearney +36
University of South Carolina +38
St. Ambrose (Iowa) +44
Georgia Southern +47
East Georgia College +72
Following the first day’s competition was the 2nd annual Collegiate Guts championships. Many teams participated in a single elimination, bracketed tournament. Augusta State beat Georgia State College and University for the championship. Congrats Augusta State!