Suh, Trojans Sweep Georgia Collegiate Invite

Justin Suh of USC captured the individual title and the Trojans rallied to beat Clemson by one stroke in the Georgia Collegiate Invitational at the Golf Club of Georgia in Alpharetta. Ga.

The Trojans, coached by Chris Zambri, trailed by eight strokes after the first round, but won the title with a score of 278-280-284—842, 22-under-par, while Clemson finished second at 276-280-287—843, followed by Georgia Tech at 270-289-286—845, Wake Forest at 276-281-291—848 and Alabama at 286-278-285—849.

Duke was sixth at 286-282-290—858, while UCLA totaled 293-284-290—867 to tie for seventh with Virginia, which finished at 287-288-292—867. Stanford was ninth at 288-281-299—868, followed by Texas A&M at 286-290-293—869.

Suh, a senior from San Jose who claimed the No. 1 spot in the World Amateur Golf Rankings this week, earned his first victory this season and seventh of his USC career with a score of 67-67-68—202, 14-under, while Luke Schniederjans of Georgia Tech shot 66-71-69—206 to tie for second with Turk Pettit of Clemson, who finished at 68-68-70—206.

Kengo Aoshima of Wake Forest was fourth at 67-70-71—208, followed by Alex Smalley of Duke at 68-69-72—209, and Brandon Wu of Stanford at 70-67-73—210, while Kyle Suppa of USC wound up at 70-67-74—211 to tie for seventh with Bryson Nimmer of Clemson, who shot 69-70-72—211, and his Tiger teammate, Jacob Bridgeman, who came in at 69-69-73—211.

Davis Riley of Alabama totaled 74-66-72—212 to tie for 10th with Thomas Walsh of Virginia, who finished at 70-74-68—212, Davis Shore of Alabama, who shot 70-71-71—212, Eugenio Chacarra of Wake Forest, who wound up at 66-72-74—212, and Wilson Furr of Alabama, who came in at 75-69-68—212.

Cole Madey led UCLA in a tie for 21st at 76-67-73—216, while rounding out the scoring for team champion USC were Kaito Onishi in a tie for 15th at 70-74-69—213, Charlie Reiter in a tie for 41st at 71-76-73—220 and Cheng Jin in a tie for 45th at 74-72-75—221.

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