Nicholls sophomore Jack Lee paces Colonels at Tiger Invitational

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – Sophomore Jack Lee saved his best performance of the Tiger Invitational for the final round with a 75 and led the Nicholls State University men’s golf team in the event with 230 as the Colonels wrap up its regular season Tuesday.

After 36 holes, the Colonels placed 16th out of a total of 18 teams and stayed at the position following a 315 in the final round. Nicholls shot a 929 for the three-day event after turning in a 305 and 309 on Monday.

Lee was one of three Colonels to drain a pair of birdies in Tuesday’s action. Lee showed improvement throughout the invitational by dropping his score from a 79 in the opening round to a 76 in the second and closed out with a 3-over 75. Lee finished in a tie for 51st in the individual standings.

Peyton McCulloch and Baker Stevenson both shot 77 to finish the event, carding a 236 and 238, respectively. Chad Watts-Denyes and Albert Badosa-Soler turned in 86s to close out the invitational at 237 and 239.

Host Missouri won the team title with an 857 and the Tiger’s Linus Lilliedahl won medalist honors with a 5-under 211.

The Colonels will take part in the Southland Conference Championship on April 24-26 in McKinney, Texas. For the most recent up-to-date information on the golf team, follow along on Twitter @Nicholls_GOLF.

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Jamie Bustos

Jamie Bustos

Director of Media Relations, Nicholls Athletics

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