University of Tennessee Sophomore and Golf Australia National Squad member Oliver Goss captured the second individual title of his collegiate career by carding a 54-hole total of 210 (-6) at the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate in Sevierville, Tennessee. Goss capped off his championship performance with a season-low 66 (-6) in the second round, which also tied his career-low set at the 2013 NCAA Championship. “Although I didn&apost play too well today, it feels great to be back in the winner&aposs circle,” Goss said. “I&aposm stoked for the team to get our second win in-a-row and for Danny [Keddie] for finishing runner-up. My game feels good right now and I&aposm excited for the events in the near future. Hopefully, we can continue good form at the Floridian this weekend.” The Tennessee men&aposs golf team put in a dominating performance at the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate event. From start to finish, the Volunteers convincingly led the field at Bobby Nichols. UT won the two-day tournament by 25 strokes with a total of 853 (-11). The Bobby Nichols victory served as a great confidence boost for Goss as a date with the 2014 Masters fast approaches. After finishing runner-up at the 2013 U.S. Amateur, Goss earned an invitation to compete in Augusta, Ga.
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