Fisk shatters records, Men’s Golf wins Duluth tournament

Steven Fisk chips last year at the Schenkel Invitational in Statesboro. Fisk currently leads the field at the Autotrader Collegiate Classic.

Thomas Jilk

Update: Steven Fisk won the tournament by finishing with a round of 7-under-par 65, putting him at a remarkable 19-under-par for the tournament. He set a new Georgia Southern school record by six strokes and notched the lowest score in the history of the Autotrader Collegiate Classic.

The Eagles won the event handily by 24 strokes, finishing at 17-under-par as a team. Georgia State (+7) finished second.

GS sophomore Brett Barron ended up having the second-lowest score on the team (+1) as he shot a 1-under par 71 in the final round. He tied for seventh place, and Archer Price tied for 12th while Jake Storey tied for 19th. 

Georgia Southern junior Steven Fisk was on a different level than the competition through two out of three rounds at the Autotrader Collegiate Classic.

Fisk shot a pair of 6-under-par rounds of 66, both of which tied his career-best.

After two rounds at the Berkeley Hills Country Club in Duluth, Georgia, GS as a team (-18) was leading second place host Georgia State (+5) by 23 strokes, led by overall first-place Fisk (-12). Out of 92 total golfers, only five were under par heading into the last round, and three of those five were Eagles.

GS seniors Jake Storey and Archer Price shot 67 and 68 in the second round, respectively, putting them both tied (-4) for third place individually.

On Tuesday, the Eagles will tee off the third and final round and try to hold off Georgia State and third-place Notre Dame in search of their first tournament victory of the fall season.

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This article will be updated when the final results are in.