The Wolfpack Spring Open was scheduled for a two-day 36 hole event, but the Saturday round was rained out. Thus the 15 teams played for the championship over just 18 holes on Sunday. It was the first time Clemson played in a tournament that was limited to just 18 holes since November of 1986.
Eighth ranked Virginia won the tournament with a 292 score, three shots better than Clemson's 295 total. Loyola of Maryland was third at 296, followed by NC State at 298 at Duke at 299.
Behr, Proveaux and Langdale all had rounds of 73 on the par 72 course. For Behr it was his second top 10 of the year and his best finish of the year. The sophomore had three birdies and four bogeys.
For Proveaux it was his best finish since a fifth place in the first tournament of the year at the Carpet Classic in Dalton, Ga. The sophomore from Leesville, S.C, had three birdies and two double bogeys in scoring his 73. Langdale, a freshman from Pendleton, had three birdies and four bogeys. It was his second top 10 of the year.
Wolfpack Spring Open
Lonnie Poole Golf Course
April 20, 2014
1. Virginia 292; 2. Clemson 295; 3. Loyola (MD) 296; 4. NC State 298; 5. Duke 299; 6. St. John's 300; 7. UNC Wilmington 301; 8. Wake Forest 303; 9. George Mason and Francis Marion 305; 11. Temple 311; 12. Valparaiso 314; 13. Columbia 318; 14. NC State (B) 319; 15. Princeton 321