KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee men's golf team heads to Williamsburg, Va., to compete in the Kingsmill Intercollegiate from March 19-21 at Kingsmill Resort.
- Host: William & Mary
- Site: Kingsmill Resort (Williamsburg, Va.) - River Course
- Yardage: 6,778 yards
- Par: 70
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47. Penn State
85. Eastern Kentucky
123. Sam Houston State
164. Old Dominion
177. Loyola (Md.)
199. William & Mary
201. Fort Wayne
213. High Point
235. St. Bonaventure
258. Youngstown State
270. St. Francis (Pa.)
Kingsmill Resort's River Course is par 70 and 6,778 yards. The 54-hole, three-day tournament will feature 18-hole shotgun starts in two waves on Sunday and Monday and an 18-hole shotgun start on Tuesday. Sunday and Monday's start times will be 8:30 a.m. ET and 1:45 p.m. ET and Tuesday's final round will begin at 8:45 a.m. ET.
The 22-team event features Binghamton, Delaware, Drake, Eastern Kentucky, Fort Wayne, High Point, Louisville, Loyola (Md.), Marshall, Old Dominion, Penn State, Radford, Sam Houston State, St. Bonaventure, St. Francis (Pa.), Temple, Tennessee, Towson, William & Mary, Winthrop, Xavier and Youngstown State.
BirdieFire.com will have a live scoreboard for the Kingsmill Intercollegiate.
Tennessee's five-man team will include freshman Rhys Nevin, junior Lorenzo Scalise, freshman Jake Meenhorst, freshman Hunter Wolcott and redshirt freshman Nolan Ray. Freshman Brayden Garrison will compete as an individual.
The Vols are coming off of an eighth-place finish at the Desert Mountain Intercollegiate on March 5. Nevin led UT with a 1-under 215 to tie for 14th.
Nevin is enjoying a strong spring with a team-best 72.78 round average, two top-15 finishes and four rounds of par or better over three events this semester.
On the full 2016-17 season, Scalise paces the team with a 72.76 round average (minimum six rounds), 12 rounds of par or better and two top 10 finishes.
The Kingsmill Intercollegiate will be Garrison's first event of the spring.
- No. 47 Penn State is the highest-ranked team in this year's Kingsmill Intercollegiate.
- Penn State's Charles Huntzinger is the highest ranked individual in the field. He is ranked No. 37 in the latest Golfweek men's collegiate individual rankings.
- Tennessee won the 2013 Kingsmill Intercollegiate, then known as the C&F Bank Intercollegiate, with a team score of 5-over 285. The tournament was limited to one round due to snowfall. Oliver Goss and Brandon Rodgers led the way for UT as each shot 1-under 69 to tie for fifth place.