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first_img Share Sept. 22, 2007 Final Stats  FARMINGDALE, NY – The West Florida Men’s Golf team out-shot 17 teams (mostly Division I) to prove that they are one of the top teams in the country. The Argos went into the third round tied with St. John’s and pulled out a two stroke team victory, as Tobias Rosendahl tied St. John’s Mike Ballo Jr. with the best score (-4) in round three. Rosendahl’s final round of 66, put him in second place overall behind teammate Kyle Scott. Scott shot a -2 on the final round (68) to out perform St. John’s second best scorer to help seal the victory.Head Coach Steve Fell was very pleased as he discussed the tournament. “This was a great tournament to play. The course, especially the Greens, was in great shape. The team played really well, and hopefully this is the start of many more wins. This was a good team effort (all five guys). It was the first Collegiate tournament for Tobias (Rosendahl) and he performed very well. This was our second straight tournament that was predominately D-I, and the first tournament (The Hartford in Boston, Mass.) we were short handed and still finished 6th. Our next two tournaments are D-II tournaments and that will help determine if we are one of the top teams in the nation. I really think we are, and there is a chance that this team could be the best I have ever had.”Scott ended the tournament at 10 under par with rounds of 67, 65, and 68. His second round 65 (-5) was the best round of any player in the tournament, and his first round of 67 was the best score of over the first 18 holes. Coach Fell added, “Kyle (Scott) played well, we have three great Freshmen on the team. I’m pretty excited (about our team) and I felt we had a good chance to win this tournament. My expectations for every tournament is to win. Sometimes that might be a little unrealistic, but I believe you have to keep your expectations high.”Overall, Federico Damus finished third best for the Argos and tied for ninth overall with a one over par 211. Matthew Galloway was fourth best finisher for UWF at 214. Kevin Cooper rounded out the scoring for the Argos with a 231.St. John’s was the team leader after round one, with a 4 stroke lead over the Argos. UWF shot four better than the Redstorm in round two, to send the two teams into the third and final round tied for the team lead. The strong third round play of Rosendahl and Scott helped the Argos win the prestigious tournament on the Red Course at Bethpage in Farmingdale, NY. The Argos were selected as a preseason top five team for Division II, and this performance with predominately Division I schools shows that UWF is among the top teams at any level. Print Friendly Version UWF Men’s Golf Wins The McLaughlin Invitational at St. John’slast_img