Junior Brad Quiri paced the USF men’s golf team during the First Reliance Bank Intercollegiate Golf Tournament Tuesday.
Quirri led the Bulls with a four-under par 68 in the final round of the tournament.
Quirri was the highest individual scorer from USF, placing third in the 14-team tournament with a three-day score of 215.
USF finished No. 6, posting a 14-over par for a three-round score of 878.
Jacksonville State led the tournament with a score of 873.
A highlight besides Quirri’s top No. 3 placing, was junior Ryan Shears who finished No. 8, with a score of 217.
Senior Jeremy Sims and junior Chris Black finished No. 26 and No. 29 respectively for USF.
Sims shot a total of 222 and Black shot a total of 223.
The Bulls’ only other senior competing in the match, Oscar Fraustro, finished No. 45, shooting 11-over par for a total score of 227.
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