Men’s Golf | Tue, Sep. 13, 2022

WAVERLY, Ga.- No. 7 Coastal Georgia men’s golf team finished fifth in the Coastal Georgia Fall Invitational on Tuesday at the Sanctuary Cove Golf Club.

The Mariners jumped up one spot after an impressive 276 (-12) final round led by Trey Fesperman who shot a career-best 67. George Langham and Pate Stansell also put up career bests shooting a 68. Coastal Georgia’s third-round performance was the best among all schools and ties the third-best round vs. par in school history.

Fesperman and Stansell made up ground jumping up 24 spots to T13 and 23 spots to T39, respectively, while Langham finished tied for second.

Southeastern held on to its lead finishing the tournament at -18 followed closely by Truett-McConnell at -17 and Dalton State at -16.

Brooks Gineris of Reinhardt University finished number one after breaking 70 every round.

USCB came in fourth followed by Coastal Georgia, Reinhardt, Milligan University, St. Thomas, Tennessee Wesleyan, Webber International, Cumberland University, Midway University, Bryan College, Ave Maria, Brewton-Parker and Florida College.

Thomas Henderson finished tied for the best score among individuals and tied for 13th overall following a 213 (-3) tournament score.


George Langham: -9, T2

Trey Fesperman: -3, T13

Zayne Hilderbrand: +2, T34

Pate Stansell: +3, T39

Lee Smith: +5, T43


Thomas Henderson: -3, T13

Will Sharpe: +1, T26


“They really showed up to play today. We only lost by seven strokes and had the best one-day team round for us in over a year. George (Langham) finished 9-under and had a great week as he finished as runner-up. Thomas Henderson and Trey Fesperman were 3-under and both had very good weeks. Freshman Pate Stansell‘s 68-stroke round was huge for us today. Everyone contributed and no one had a bad week, just a few silly mistakes. This is the youngest line up I’ve had since our first season 12 years ago. We will improve.”


The Mariners will head to Tarpon Springs, Fla. to compete in the Innisbrook Invitational at the Copper Head Course on Sept. 26. 

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