Wallace State’s men’s golf team wrapped up the fall slate on Tuesday, finishing third in the Trojan Invitational at Montgomery’s Wynlakes Golf and Country Club.
The Lions are also ranked fifth in the final National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) fall season poll.
Wallace State sophomore Brandon Lacasse finished in a three-way tie as the individual runner-up at the Trojan Invitational, capping a strong fall season.
Lacasse led the field over the first 18 holes by carding a 67 and shot a 76 in the second round to finish with a 1-under par 143. He tied Central Alabama’s Jake Maples and Owen Burt.
During the fall season, Lacasse was the low medalist at the NJCAA District IV Preview and finished second individually at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Invitational – one of two fall tourney titles for Wallace State
Lacasse, who hails from Chateauguay, Quebec, is one of Wallace State’s top returners after being named a PING All-District 4 selection as a freshman.
Anthony Lumpkin finished in eighth place with a 4-over 148 for the Lions (75-73). Conner Bruce shot a 152, Cody Maddox a 155 and Luke Wilson a 158.
Wallace State finished the event with a 21-over 597 (301-296) as a group.
Host Central Alabama was the tournament champion, finishing with an 8-over 584. Calhoun was second with a 589.
Calhoun’s Sam Murphy was the tournament low medalist, finishing with a 5-under 139.