Seahawk Invitational (Wilmingon, N.C.)
Dates Mar. 24-25
Course Nicklaus Course (Pines-Ocean) par 72/6,877
Location (Host) Country Club of Landfall (Wilmington, N.C.)
Live Coverage none
Previous Champion East Carolina grabbed the lead in the second round and posted a nine-stroke victory over Wake Forest for the 2012 crown ... South Carolina's Wesley Bryan claimed medalist honors, finishing a tournament record, seven-under for the three rounds.
UNCW last time The Seahawks finished ninth at the Brandon Dunes Championship on Mar. 10. Dylan Harris finished 24th to lead the Seahawks. Story
Other teams competing The tournament field includes UNCW, Maryland, Campbell, Old Dominion, VCU, Columbia, Davidson, Kent State, Coastal Carolina, Ohio State, East Carolina and Delaware.
UNCW Lineup
Dylan Harris
Soph.

Thomas
Bass

Senior

Josh
Woodfox

Junior


Payne
McLeod

Junior


Ryan
Nagy

Junior
 


Stefan
Brewer

RS Junior


Jens
Geweke

Freshman
 
     
Next tournament for UNCW
Irish Creek Intercollegiate (Charlotte, N.C.), Apr. 6-7

2012-13 UNCW Virtual Guide

WILMINGTON, North Carolina - The Seahawks host the third annual Seahawk Invitational beginning on Mar. 24 with two rounds and the the final round will be played on Mar. 25. All three rounds will be played on the Nicklaus Course at the Country Club of Landfall.

Highlighting the field in this tournament is 21st-ranked Kent State, which boasts a pair of top-50 golfers in Corey Conners (20) and Taylor Pendrith (41st). Also in the top-50 is regional rival Coastal Carolina, who is 46th and is led by Sebastian Sodeberg (71). Other top-100 programs competing are UNCW (97), Davidson (95), Ohio State (79) and East Carolina (74).

Previous winners of the tournament include host UNCW in 2011 and Augusta State in 2010.

The Seahawks finished ninth at the Bandon Dunes Championship earlier this month as Dylan Harris posted a career-best 24th-place finish. Harris also posted a csareer-low 71 in the third and final round to move up in the standings late.

The Seahawks return to action Apr. 6-7at the Irish Creek Intercollegiate in Charlotte, N.C.