Eastern Florida State’s golf team achieves several fall season milestones

Photo courtesy of Eastern Florida State College
Photo courtesy of Eastern Florida State College

MELBOURNE, Fla. (October 27, 2014) - The Eastern Florida State College Titans, who have recorded three second-place finishes in their three multi-team tournaments, have achieved the lowest scoring average in the nation at 284.67 and are ranked second nationally as a team behind Wallace State (Ala.) Community College-Hanceville, according to www.golfstat.com

Also, three Eastern Florida State players have earned national rankings.

Freshmen Mickey DeMorat and Kerry Sweeney are ranked third and fifth, respectively, while sophomore Brad Gray is ranked 11th.

“While it is early in the season, it is encouraging how competitive and consistent both Mickey DeMorat and Kerry Sweeney are right from the start,” said Eastern Florida State head coach Jamie Howell. “Brad Gray has capitalized on his experience from last year while Mickey and Kerry set the bar for the rest of the team. Our first team win will happen when all five players contribute as we need four scores to count each round.”

The Titans wrap up their fall season with the November 10-11 NJCAA District 4 Preview in Alexander City, Ala.

Men's golf plays its championship season in the spring.