Eagles advance to NCAA Golf Finals

GS advances to first final since 2010

Eagles advance to NCAA Golf Finals
Georgia Southern is headed to the NCAA Golf Championship for the first time since 2010. (Source: Georgia Southern Athletics)

PALO ALTO, CA (WTOC) - There is still more practice to be done for the Georgia Southern Eagles, who are heading to the NCAA Golf Final for the first time in nearly a decade.

The Eagles finished 4th in the Stanford Regional this week, and will now turn their attention to the NCAA Final in Fayetteville, AR.

Senior Steven Fisk shot a final round 68 to finish the Stanford Regional in a tie for sixth.
Senior Steven Fisk shot a final round 68 to finish the Stanford Regional in a tie for sixth. (Source: GEORGIA SOUTHERN ATHLETICS)

Senior Steven Fisk shot a final round 68 to finish tied for 6th while Jake Maples shot another 68 to finish ninth himself.

“Staying in the moment was the most important thing that we could do today. And they did it. The process and the planning and everything that went with it, it worked,” says head coach Carter Collins. “I’m proud of them, and we think we can make some noise in Arkansas. and we’re just happy to have a tee time.”

The NCAA Golf Finals are May 23-29 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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