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Hawkins' Top-10 Finish Highlights Golf at Callaway Gardens

Nathan Hawkins
Nathan Hawkins (photo credit: Andrew Mindeman/Sports Information)

PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. -- Covenant men's golf senior Nathan Hawkins finished in a tie for seventh overall as the Scots placed sixth at the Callaway Gardens Intercollegiate on Monday in Pine Mountain.

The two-day tournament was squeezed into a single day because of weather concerns. Instead of playing 18 holes each day, the seven-team field worked in all 36 holes on Monday.

Hawkins began the tournament with an 80 in the first round on Monday morning, but rebounded in the final round with a 1-under par, 71. The senior carded three birdies in the final round and his 71 was a season-best for any Scot this year. Hawkins' 36-hole score of 151 put him in a tie for seventh with Connor Bruce of Huntingdon.

The top-10 finish for Hawkins was his second of the year and eighth of the lefty's career. The eight career top-10 finishes for Hawkins is tied for third all-time in program history, and just one shy of the record.

LaGrange's Sam Rogers was the tournament medalist after posting a 143 (71-72). LaGrange also won the team title with a 597 (295-302).

As a team, Covenant posted a 634 (318-316) for the tournament.

Will DeMersseman finished in a tie for 17th in the field with a 156 (79-77) as he registered three birdies in the tournament. Crawford Collett led the Scots in the opening round with his 75 and the sophomore posted an 83 in the final round for a 158 and a 20th place finish. Isaac Duncan had an 84 in the first round and finished with a 171 (84-87), while John Livingston improved in the final round with an 85 after an 88 in the opening round.

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Covenant will travel to Montgomery, Ala., for the Wynlakes Invitational on March 30-31.

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