The Keiser University Seahawk Club Golf Team recently cruised to victory, defeating second place University of Central Florida by 20 strokes in the National Collegiate Club Golf Association’s (NCCGA) South Florida Regional Tournament #1 held at Sand Hill Crane Golf course.
The Seahawks were led by Brad Costa and Robert Libiszewski with 74’s, and Gregor Rose shot 76 in the event, which was shortened to 18 holes after the first day was rained out. For complete results, go to www.nccga.org.
The Keiser University Seahawk Club Golf Team travels to Sarasota on April 9th and 10th to play in the South Florida Regional Tournament #2. Another win would send the Seahawks to Nationals for the sixth straight time. “This is the deepest team we have ever had, and I’m confident we’re headed to Nationals in West Virginia,” said Coach Frank Longabucco. The team is currently ranked 4th in the nation after the first regional event; however, several regions have yet to play. Seven members of the team will compete this week in local qualifying for three spots in the next Regional Tournament.