Rajendranth ties for seventh at Guy Harvey Invitational

first_imgRajendranth ties for seventh at Guy Harvey Invitational Talin Rajendranath carded UWF’s lowest score of the season (68) despite play being suspended due to weather Sharecenter_img    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – After improving by nine strokes from the first day with identical scores in the final two rounds, the No. 14 West Florida men’s golf team finished the Guy Harvey Invitational in eighth place Tuesday on the par-72, 6,868 yard Champion Course at the PGA National Resort and Spa.Despite the second round resuming with approximately five holes remaining Tuesday morning due to inclement weather, Talin Rajendranath (San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago/Naparima College) ended with West Florida’s lowest score of the season with a four-under-par 68. He followed up with an even-par 72 to tie for seventh, the freshman’s lowest finish of his collegiate career at 215 total. Juan Miguel Heredia (Cuenca, Ecuador/Jacksonville State) and Spencer Olson (Pensacola, Fla./Pace HS) wrapped up the tournament with identical rounds of 74 to tie for 32nd and 37th, respectively. Kyle Lucas (Johannesburg, South Africa/Western Texas College) improved nearly 20 positions overall from the first round to shoot 229 total and tie for 47th, and Gary Buffington III carded UWF’s second-lowest round of the day, 73, to tie for 50th individually.The Argonauts made a strong comeback from the first round with back-to-back scores of 293 to move up one place overall and end eighth with 888 total. Nova Southeastern cruised to victory with three sub-par rounds for a combined 848, defeating runner-up Barry by 10 strokes. Nova Southeastern’s Ian Facey took medalist honors with a total of 207.West Florida faces a big test next Monday when it plays in the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate in Birmingham, Ala., which is hosted by last year’s Division I national runner-up Alabama. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# 1   Nova Southeastern U.     279-282-287 – 848      2   Barry University         290-285-283 – 858      3   Lynn University          293-289-290 – 872      4   Eckerd College           288-294-299 – 881      5   Rollins College          291-300-293 – 884          Florida Southern Col     299-288-297 – 884      7   Queens Univ of Charl     305-303-279 – 887      8   West Florida, U. of      302-293-293 – 888      9   Florida Tech             304-288-298 – 890     10   Flagler College          299-303-295 – 897     11   Indianapolis, U. of      300-299-306 – 905          Northeastern St. U.      303-300-302 – 905     13   Arkansas-Fort Smith      306-302-304 – 912     14   Wilmington (DE)          310-309-312 – 931 T7    Talin Rajendranath       75-68-72 – 215T32    Juan Miguel Heredia      73-77-74 – 224T37    Spencer Olson            75-76-74 – 225T47    Kyle Lucas               80-72-77 – 229T50    Gary Buffington III      79-78-73 – 230 Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Chelsea can still make top four – Giroud

first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Giroud scores twice in stunning Chelsea comebackSouthampton v Chelsea player ratingsConte insists he did not see Alonso’s challengeBatshuayi expected to miss remainder of the seasonRudiger says he has ‘no idea’ why he was droppedEmerson to play for Chelsea at Burnley but Drinkwater is a doubtLoftus-Cheek to consider future as Palace target permanent deal [media-credit id=2 align=”alignnone” width=”620″][/media-credit]Olivier Giroud has refused to let Chelsea give up on even the slightest chance of Champions League qualification.The substitute struck twice as Chelsea scored three times in eight minutes for a 3-2 comeback victory at Southampton.AdChoices广告They are still trailing fourth-placed Tottenham by seven points.But Giroud said: “As long as mathematically it is going to be possible, we are going to believe.“So we take the games one by one and we have maybe five or six finals to play. Let’s do the job and we will see what the other teams do.”[media-credit name=”© Adam Davy/PA Wire.” align=”alignnone” width=”620″][/media-credit]Meanwhile, Antonio Conte refused to be drawn on whether Marcos Alonso should face retrospective action for a challenge on Southampton forward Shane Long.Saints boss Mark Hughes insisted Blues wide-man Alonso should have been sent off and ought to still be punished.But Chelsea boss Conte said: “I must be honest and say I didn’t see this.“In the past I have never complained for a negative situation for my team, and I have the same behaviours also in this.“I didn’t see it, and I can’t comment on this situation.”last_img read more