CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- Clemson shot a 10-over team score of 298 in Thursday's third round and failed to make the final eight teams who advanced into the NCAA men's golf championship quarterfinals.
The Tigers finished at 875, 11 over par, and finished in a tie for 16th place in the 30-team field.
Illinois' Scott Langley captured the individual title with a 4-under 68 and a 10-under 206 total on The Honors Course, winning by two strokes. Oklahoma State wrapped up the day as the top team advancing to quarterfinals match play, finishing at 14-under 850.
Senior Ben Martin led Clemson with a final-round 70 and tied for ninth place at 4-under 212. Corbin Mills and Luke Hopkins were next for the Tigers at 221.
The College of Charleston competed in a total of 19 races and finished ninth at the ICSA coed dinghy national championship on Lake Mendota in Madison, Wis. No races were sailed on Thursday's final day due to lack of wind, so Boston College (127), which led Harvard by five points after the second day, won the national title. The Cougars finished with 175 points.
Juan Maegli skippered the Cougars in A division from the first through eighth races, while Zeke Horowitz led the boat for the remaining two. In 10 races, Charleston posted 112 points for 13th place in the division. The Cougars placed fourth in B division with a score of 63 in nine races. Allison Blecher skippered in the first, second and seventh races, while Jackson Benvenutti filled in for the third race through sixth race and the eight and ninth as well.