Keur leads CSU once again at Camden Collegiate

Keur leads CSU once again at Camden Collegiate

CAMDEN, S.C. – Charleston Southern junior R.J. Keur finished in a tie for 14th place to pace the Bucs to a T-7th team showing in Sunday's final round of the Camden Collegiate Invitational. James Madison captured the team title at 10-over par 850. JMU's Ryan Cole and host South Carolina's Keenan Huskey shared the individual championship at five-under 205 at Camden Country Club.

Keur bounced back from an opening round 76 to card rounds of one-under and two-over on the par-70 course. Playing in windy conditions, Keur was CSU's top finisher for the third time in as many events. Classmate Art Griffin's even-par 70 was the best round of the day of Director of Golf's Todd Selders' Bucs. Griffin had four birdies on the front nine en route to a T-17th finish in the field of 75 players.

CSU senior Austin James compiled his best round of the tournament on Sunday with a three-over 73. Jacques Wilson and Jake Ezell contributed final rounds of 76 and 79, respectively.

The Bucs will now turn attention toward their last event of the fall, the East Bay Classic at Kiawah Island's Turtle Point Golf Club. CSU won the tournament last year, beating several top-40 teams in the process, to punctuate a banner fall campaign. First round play is set for next Sunday, Oct. 30. 

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