Reunion Intercollegiate
4/15/2014 - 4/16/2014

Location: Reunion GC&C, Madison, Miss.

Type: College Men 

Team Scores
# Team Name Rounds Total
1 Mississippi State  296-292 588
2 Vanderbilt  299-293 592
3 Houston  294-299 593
4 Mississippi  299-297 596
5 Western Kentucky  300-301 601
6 Austin Peay State  293-310 603
7 Southern Mississippi  297-307 604
7 Central Arkansas  296-308 604
9 Louisiana  308-298 606
10 Troy  310-299 609
10 Middle Tennessee State  296-313 609
10 North Carolina-Greensboro  296-313 609
13 Southeastern Louisiana  306-304 610
14 Missouri-Kansas City  310-313 623
15 Jackson State  338-327 665


Individual Scores
# Name Team Rounds Total
1 Pep Angles Central Arkansas 73-68 141
2 Blake Morris Mississippi 71-73 144
2 James Ross Houston 72-72 144
4 Axel Boasson Mississippi State 74-71 145
4 Roman Robledo Houston 73-72 145
4 Zack Jaworski Vanderbilt 73-72 145
7 Jared Bettcher Troy 74-72 146
7 Haraldur Magnus Louisiana 75-71 146
7 Curtis Reed Houston 71-75 146
7 Joe Sakulpolphaisan Mississippi State 73-73 146
7 Thomas Strandemo Louisiana 74-72 146
12 Carson Jacobs Vanderbilt 76-71 147
12 Drew Kirby Southern Mississippi 71-76 147
12 Brett Patterson Middle Tennessee State 70-77 147
15 Grady Brame Southeastern Louisiana 76-73 149
15 Tom Brown Mississippi 74-75 149
15 Taylor Coalson North Carolina Greensboro 72-77 149
15 Casey Fernandez Southern Mississippi 74-75 149
15 Conor Griffiths Western Kentucky 71-78 149
15 Taylor Thompson Western Kentucky 75-74 149
15 Jake Tucker Troy 78-71 149
22 Anthony Bradley Austin Peay State 77-73 150
22 Payne Denman Middle Tennessee State 70-80 150
22 Ben Fogler Vanderbilt 76-74 150
25 Chris Baker Austin Peay State 75-76 151
25 Joe Lewis Mississippi 77-74 151
25 Paul Obermann Southeastern Louisiana 74-77 151
25 Keith Tooley Western Kentucky 76-75 151
29 Trey Aguirre Western Kentucky 78-74 152
29 Jordan Janico Vanderbilt 76-76 152
29 James Newton Central Arkansas 75-77 152
29 Chad Ramey Mississippi State 73-79 152
29 Noah West Mississippi 77-75 152
29 Ben Wood Mississippi State 81-71 152
35 Roy Dixon North Carolina Greensboro 76-77 153
35 Barrett Edens Mississippi State 76-77 153
35 Charlie Ewing Vanderbilt 74-79 153
35 Marco Iten Austin Peay State 72-81 153
35 Carter Jenkins North Carolina Greensboro 71-82 153
35 James Steven Central Arkansas 72-81 153
41 Eamon Bradley Southeastern Louisiana 76-78 154
41 Kevin Brady Southern Mississippi 77-77 154
41 Trent Hillis Southern Mississippi 75-79 154
41 Jordan Jennings Middle Tennessee State 77-77 154
41 Thibault Vieilledent Missouri-Kansas City 75-79 154
41 Tucker Wallace Austin Peay State 74-80 154
47 Trey Tarpley Austin Peay State 72-83 155
48 Wil Clowdus Troy 82-74 156
48 Ross Davis Louisiana 79-77 156
48 Antoine Rozner Missouri-Kansas City 77-79 156
51 Mitch Tucker Missouri-Kansas City 81-76 157
52 Lawrence Allan Southeastern Louisiana 80-78 158
52 Fernando Cruz Valle Louisiana 80-78 158
52 Richard Farmer Central Arkansas 76-82 158
52 Bryn Flanagan Houston 78-80 158
52 Nathan Hughes Missouri-Kansas City 79-79 158
57 Phillip Brennan Troy 76-83 159
57 Andrew Cho Middle Tennessee State 79-80 159
59 Lucas Armstrong Middle Tennessee State 81-79 160
59 Cameron Beal Western Kentucky 81-79 160
59 Christopher Carstensen Southeastern Louisiana 84-76 160
59 Forrest Gamble Mississippi 80-80 160
59 Jake Mcglone North Carolina Greensboro 77-83 160
59 Ryan Shuttleworth Central Arkansas 78-82 160
65 Cameron Wiltse Missouri-Kansas City 79-82 161
66 Kevin Jorden Southern Mississippi 79-84 163
66 Josh McCormick Jackson State 83-80 163
68 Luke Moser Troy 84-82 166
69 Blair Hamilton Houston 86-81 167
69 Aaron Rhaney Jackson State 85-82 167
69 Rovanta Young Jackson State 84-83 167
72 Kyle Bodenstein Jackson State 86-82 168
73 Chris Verrougstraete Louisiana 82-87 169
74 James W. Reede Jackson State 92-86 178
DQ Alex Ehlert North Carolina Greensboro DQ-77 DQ
Note: In compiling our archives, some information, such as earnings or relation to par, was unavailable. If information is missing, such as earnings, it does not necessarily mean that no money was earned and should not be interpreted as such.