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Appalachian State Men’s Golf Competes At Bash At The Beach
Timothius Tirto Tamardi becomes the first Mountaineer to earn a berth to the NCAA Championship.
photo courtesy of Appalachian State Athletics

Appalachian State Men’s Golf Competes at Bash at the Beach

App State men’s golf finished third at the Bash at the Beach Tuesday. The third-place finish marked the sixth straight top-three finish for the Mountaineers.

Jacksonville State won both the team and individual titles. The Gamecocks posted a 21-under-par team score, an 843. App State tied Jacksonville State in total birdies for the event with 56.

“Congrats to Jacksonville State and their outstanding play at the 2021 Bash at the Beach,” head coach Jason Allison said. “Thanks to all of our volunteers and to the Surf Club members in helping us put on this tournament. We are looking forward to 2022 already.”

App State carded an 11-under-par team score and two strokes back of tying UConn’s second-place of 851. The Mountaineers shot the fifth-lowest team round (279) in program history during round two of competition.

Four Mountaineers placed top 15 or better on the player leaderboard. Timothius Tirto Tamardi led all Mountaineers with a 209 event score, including two rounds in the 60s. Tamardi’s 7-under-par effort elevated him to a career-best finish tying for third individually.

Dylan Lukes placed eighth with his 1-under 215 score. Jake Lane and Sverrir Hardaldson both carded a 217 54-hole total, placing 12th.

Haraldsson’s 12th place effort also marked a career-best finish behind a career low round of 69.

Lukas Jönnson rounded out the App State starting five tying for 21st. Justin Morgan and Addison Beam both participated in the event as individuals. Morgan closed with a 218 to Beam’s 232.

App State will be back in action March 22-23 at the ECU Intercollegiate at Brook Valley from Greenville, N.C.