Chattanooga Ends Up 10th at Hootie at Bulls Bay
Stephan Jaeger fired a final round 69 (-2) for the Mocs.

AWENDAW, S.C. --- The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's golf team finishes 10th at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate after a final round 286 (+2) left the Mocs with a 54-hole total of 863 (+11). 

LSU claimed the tourney title holding off Wake Forest by one shot and No. 18 Virginia by three.  The Tigers shot seven-under par 845 for the tournament, 279 (-5) for today's final round.  Wake Forest fired the low round of the day with an eight-under par 276 to round out its 846 (-6), while UVa matched LSU's effort with its own 279 ending its 54 holes at 848 (-4).

Stephan Jaeger led Chattanooga tying for 22nd at one-over par 214.  His final round 69 (-2) paced the Mocs followed by Derek Rende at even-par 71.  Rende tied for 27th at 216 (+3), two shots behind Jaeger.

 Fredrik Qvicker and J.T. Clendenin shot matching 73s to round out the counting scores.  Qvicker's 219 (+6) placed him tied for 41st, while Clendenin ended up tied for 41st at 228.  Steven Fox tied for 32nd at 217 (+4) following his round of 76.

Defending NCAA Champion Matt Hill (N.C. State) led at the end of each day as his nine-under par total of 204 was two shots clear of Wake Forest's Lee Bradford at 206 (-7).  Bradford shot eight-under par 63 for his final round.

Chattanooga's total (863) ties for the second-best 54-hole result (Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic) this season behind the 855 at the Cleveland Golf/Palmetto Intercollegiate which UTC won earlier this month.  Today's round (286) ranks as the Mocs' 10th best effort of the season.

The Mocs are back in action this weekend, April 3-4, at the Administaff Augusta State Invitational.  Chattanooga is one of nine teams ranked in the top 50 competing in the event.


1) LSU


845 (-7)

2) Wake Forest


846 (-6)

3) No. 18 Virginia


848 (-4)

4) No. 19 South Carolina


950 (-1)

5) No. 10 Augusta State


853 (+1)

6) Duke


854 (+2)

8) Auburn


855 (+3)

T8) No. 14 Clemson


857 (+5)

T8) N.C. State


857 (+5)

10) Chattanooga


863 (+11)

11) Kentucky


868 (+16)

12) East Tennessee State


870 (+18)

13) UCF


876 (+24)

14) Long Beach State


903 (+51)

15) College of Charleston


921 (+69)



T22) Stephan Jaeger


214 (+1)

T27) Derek Rende


216 (+3)

T32) Steven Fox


217 (+4)

T41) Fredrik Qvicker


219 (+6)

T62) J.T. Clendenin


228 (+15)


>The Mocs played with Augusta State and Clemson.

>Front Nine (Counters by Round):  +13 (+16/-2/-1)...Chattanooga had of 10 its 13 birdies on the day on the front nine.

>Back Nine:  -3 (E/-6/+3)...Had 27 pars in 36 counting holes.

>Par 5 scoring:  -14 (-4/-7/-3).

>Senior Derek Rende has counted all 25 rounds this's level par round of 71 is his 50th career par or better round, 10th of 2009-10...Carded four birdies and four bogeys with 10 pars...Had 11 birdies for the tourney, his fourth time with double digit birdies...23 birdies in his last two events.

>Stephan Jaeger had four birdies, 13 pars and a double bogey on his ledger today...Team-best sixth round in the 60s this season, 9th of his career...14th par or better round also leads squad...26th career par or better round...

>Birdies (Counters by Rounds):  41 (10/18/13).  Fox 14 (4/6/4), Rende 11 (2/5/4), Qvicker 10 (2/5/3), Jaeger 8 (2/2/4), Clendenin 6 (0/4/2).

>Pars (Counters by Rounds):  129 (39/45/45).  Jaeger 39 (11/15/13), Clendenin 33 (11/10/12), Rende 31 (9/12/10), Qvicker 29 (11/8/10), Fox 29 (8/10/11). is the official website of the Chattanooga Mocs.  The Mocs can also be followed on their official Facebook page,, or on Twitter,

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