HILTON HEAD, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s golf team finished 13th at the Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate on Tuesday after moving up the leaderboard with a final round of 295 at the Wexford Plantation (par-72, 6,913 yards) to combine for a two-day score of 911 (308, 308, 295).

Weston Sanders led the team with a 40th place tie and recovered to total 227 (72, 82, 73). Cole Patterson tied for 45th with a score of 229 (79, 74, 76). Charlie Tate shot 232 (81, 76, 75) and tied for 58th with Brody Boston who had the team’s best final round, a collegiate-best 71 (-1), to reach 232 (79, 82, 71). AJ Nolin rounded out the team at 235 (78, 76, 81) and tied for 68th.

Sanders had the team’s only eagle of the tournament, holing out at No. 16 (par-4, 415 yards) on Monday. Only three other golfers in the field of 95 recorded an eagle.

Patterson (10) and Sanders (9) led the team in birdies while Boston (33) and Tate (33) led the team in pars.

Charleston Southern moved up on Tuesday to win the tournament with an aggregate of 876. Memphis’ Brad Bawden won individual medalist honors with a score of 212 (-4).

Presbyterian College will be back in action at the ECU Intercollegiate from March 3-5 at the Brook Valley Country Club in Greenville, N.C.