Former Pinewood Prep star Austin Cody shot a final-round 67 Tuesday to help lead Duke to victory in the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate men’s golf tournament played at Bulls Bay Golf Club.

Duke finished the 54-hole tournament with a 10-over par total of 874. N.C. State finished second, three shots behind the Blue Devils, while Wake Forest was third at 884.

South Carolina finished ninth with a 905, Clemson tied for 10th with a 908 and College of Charleston was 13th with a score of 911.

Cody finished second individually at 2-under-par 214, one shot behind N.C. State’s Logan Harrell. Cody birdied the first four holes and had six birdies on the front nine. He made two bogeys and one birdie on the back nine


Duke, 874; N.C. State, 877; Wake Forest, 884; Missouri, 888; LSU, 889; Texas A&M, 890; North Carolina, 891; Auburn, 896; South Carolina, 905; Clemson, 808; Kentucky, 908; Augusta State, 909; College of Charleston, 911; Virginia, 920; Wisconsin, 924.


Logan Harrell, N.C. State, 74-73-66—213; Austin Cody, Duke, 73-74-67—214; Albin Choi, N.C. State, 72-70-73—215; Mads Soegaard, Duke, 73-69-73—215; Stephen Powers, Kentucky, 77-71-70—218; Mitch Sutton, N.C. State, 73-71-74—218; Evan Beck, Wake Forest, 75-73-71—219; Denny McCarthy, Virginia, 75-73-71—219; Michael McGowan, North Carolina, 74-73-72—219; Matthew NeSmith, South Carolina, 77-72-70—219; Cameron Peck, Texas A&M, 75-72-72—219; Andrew Presley, 71-72-76—219; Andy Sajevic, North Carolina, 71-75-73—219.

Notre Dame’s Ashley Armstrong claimed medalist honors and led the Irish to victory Tuesday in the inaugural Briar’s Creek Invitational women’s college golf tournament. Armstrong shot 217 for a three-shot win in the individual competition.

Notre Dame finished at 42-over-par 906 in the 54-hole tournament played at The Golf Club at Briar’s Creek, eight shots ahead of runner-up Maryland and 10 shots ahead of third-place Coastal Carolina.

College of Charleston finished 12th with a score of 937, two strokes in front of Furman, which tied for 13th. College of Charleston freshman Louise Olsson of Sweden shot 69 Tuesday, her career-best round, and tied for seventh at 227.


Notre Dame, 906; Maryland, 914; Coastal Carolina, 916; Campbell, 917; Indiana, 918; East Carolina, 921; Central Florida, 922; Kansas, 925; Augusta State, 926; Mississippi State, 933; Kansas State, 935; College of Charleston, 937; Furman, 939; Wisconsin, 939; Chattanooga, 948; South Florida, 950; Penn State, 951; Georgetown, 971.


Ashley Armstrong, Notre Dame, 217; Laura Wearn, Furman, 220; Brittany Henderson, Coastal Carolina, 221; T. Boonraksasat, Kansas, 222; Katie Coons, Indiana, 222; Natalie Wille, Augusta State, 222; Jessica Alexander, Coastal Carolina, 227; Heidi Baek, Maryland, 227; Talia Campbell, Notre Dame, 227; Casey Kennedy, Augusta State, 227; Louise Olsson, College of Charleston, 227; Nico Engstroem Skaug, East Carolina, 227.