Jaguars win ASU Invitational

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AUGUSTA, Ga. – After scorching the course to tie two records on Saturday, USC Aiken’s Roberto Diaz could not keep things going on Sunday as he tied for third with a three-round score of eight-under-par 208 at the Administaff Augusta State Invitational at the par 72, 7,161-yard Forest Hills Golf Club.

Diaz (Veracruz, Mexico) shot a 75 in Sunday’s final round to tie Central Florida’s Blayne Barber for third place.

Augusta State’s Taylor Floyd earned individual medalist honors at the event, carding a 14-under-par 202 (68-67-67) to win the event.

He was a major cog in helping Augusta State to its second title this week.

After winning for the first time in four years last week at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate Golf Tournament, Augusta State continued its strong play in its own invitational.

The Jaguars won their seventh ASU Invitational in the last 10 years with their victory on Sunday. Augusta State carded a 36-under-par team score of 828 (278-273-277) to earn the tournament victory.

The Jaguars bested second-place finisher Tennessee-Chattanooga by 13 strokes. The Mocs finished at 841 (273-286-282).