Sunday, May 9, 2004

At Port St. Lucie, Fla., the Benedict men's golf team won the Division II title at the National Minority College Golf Championship at the PGA Golf Club.

Benedict shot 322-324-324 for a three-day total of 970 and won the title by 27 strokes over Fayetteville State.

Benedict's Demond Hale won the Division II individual title one stroke over Lincoln's Adam Hoffman. Hale shot 75-78-78 for three-day total of 231 (+15).

Other Benedict individuals:

  • Montrell Wells 81-82-80-243 +27
  • Justan Johnson 88-78-83-249 +33T13.
  • G. Shears 83-86-84-253 +37
  • Jason Richardson 83-89-83-255 +39

Source: The State Newspaper.

About the National Minority College Golf Championship


Approximately 100 contestants from 24 colleges and universities representing 11 countries will comprise the championship field..


54-hole stroke-play tournament, with competitions held in the following divisions: Men's Division I and Division II, Independent and Women.


PGA Golf Club (North Course), Port St. Lucie, Fla.


May 6: Presidents Cup Competition, Opening Ceremony, Career Fair
May 7-9: Competition

Presenting Sponsors:

The PGA of America and the National Minority College Golf Scholarship Fund of Cleveland, Ohio.

Source: PGA & National Minority College Golf Championship

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