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Share Argos Slip to Third Place Finish at UNA Spring Classic April 3, 2007MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. – The No. 1 team in the NCAA II, West Florida, sailed into today’s final round ahead of the 22 team field at the UNA Spring Classic in Muscle Shoals, Ala. They were four strokes ahead of 16th ranked Abilene Christian, but a 307 today prevented the Argonauts from capturing their third championship of the 2006-07 season. Twenty-first ranked Central Oklahoma snuck in to win the title with a final round, 298.Central Oklahoma finished with a 589 (291-298) in the 36 hole tournament. Mitch Boles of Central Oklahoma took home the individual title with a 138, +4 (65-73). Host school and 12th ranked North Alabama was one stroke behind Central Oklahoma with a 590 (290-300). West Florida shot a 593 (286-307). They finished in a tie with Abilene Christian, one shot up on third ranked St. Edward’s, two shots ahead of 13th ranked Lynn and St. Mary’s.The Argos place three golfer in a tie for 15th place. Matthew Galloway (70-78), David Lingmerth (71-77), and Matthew Berzovich (73-75) all finished with a 148, +4. Leonardo Di Marino shot a 149, +5 (72-77), and finished in a tie for 22nd. He was tied for second in total birdies with nine. Federico Damus finished in a tie for 67th place with a 158, +14 (75-83).The Argos shot a field best +10 on par fours. They also had the third highest total of birdies with 28. The tournament was played at the par-72, 7,126 yard RTJ Fighting Joe course. West Florida prepares to defend their GSC Championship on April 23-24 in Hot Springs, ArkPrint Friendly Version
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