Fullerton Heads to 19th Annual Bryan National Collegiate

Fullerton Heads to 19th Annual Bryan National Collegiate

Bryan National Collegiate Live Stats

THIS WEEK: Days after finishing seventh at the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate, the Titans continue on their eastern road trip as they take part in the 19th annual Bryan National Collegiate co-hosted by Wake Forest and UNC Greensboro in Browns Summit, N.C.

THE COURSE: The Bryan National Collegiate will be held at the par-72, 6386-yard Bryan Park Champions Course. Play begins Friday morning with a shotgun start set for 8:30 a.m. ET/5:30 a.m. PT.

THE FIELD: Along with the Titans and co-hosts Wake Forest and UNCG, a total of 15 teams will participate in the Bryan National Collegiate.

IN THE POLLS: All but two teams at the Bryan National Collegiate are ranked in the top-100 of this week's Golfweek rankings, led by No. 20 Virginia. The rest of the field stacks up as follows: Florida State (No. 25), South Carolina (No. 27), North Carolina State (No. 29), Notre Dame (No. 31), Miami (No. 35), East Carolina (No. 40), North Carolina (No. 44), Michigan (No. 48), Wake Forest (No. 49), Central Florida (No. 68), Kentucky (No. 83), Penn State (No. 88), Cal State Fullerton (No. 118) and UNCG (No. 198).

LIVE STATS: Fans can follow the action from the Bryan National Collegiate through GolfStat.com. Links for the live stats as well as complete results following the conclusion of each day will be available at FullertonTitans.com.

EDBERG HAS STRONG MONTH IN MARCH: At the rain-shortened Fresno State Classic, posted a 3-under 69 in the second and final round to notch a top-five finish. It was the fifth time the Fullerton junior posted a score in the 60s this season. At the John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate, held the lead going into the final day and posted a 1-under 71 in the final round to finish the tournament with a 3-under 213. Edberg finished second after Elon's Kelsey Badmaev posted a 4-under 68 in the last round to usurp Edberg and win by two strokes. It was Edberg's fourth top-five finish of the season. Her 14 birdies at the tournament tied for the most amongst the 84 player field.

EASTBOUND: The Titans trip to Browns Summit, N.C. will be the second furthest eastern trip for a tournament since the 2012-13 season when Fullerton traveled to Buies Creek, N.C. to participate in the Fighting Camel Fall Classic. This trip will overtake their trip to Stockbridge, Ga. for the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate just five days ago for the second longest trip east in program history.

LAST OUTING BEFORE THE CHAMPIONSHIPS: This weekend's tournament will be the Titans final outing before the Big West Conference Championships, which will be held from April 17-19 at the Kapalua Golf Club in Lahaina, Hawaii.


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