Rising junior Morgan Egloff started his summer by winning the Maryland State Amateur Championship over the weekend.
Heading into the day sitting among schools in position for a bid into the NCAA Division II National Championship, Rollins couldn’t keep pace with the loaded field and finished 13th at the South/SE Region Tournament.
A second-straight round in the 290’s has Rollins tied for fifth at the NCAA Division II South/SE Region Tournament and on the cusp of a bid to the national championship.
Playing in the early morning wave of tee times, Rollins spent the afternoon watching its name bounced up and down the leaderboard, ultimately landing seventh after the first round of the NCAA Division II South/Southeast Super Regional.
Ranked No. 10 in the nation after the regular season, Rollins earned a spot in postseason play for the second-straight year, playing in the NCAA Division II South/Southeast Super Regional.
Behind a three-under final round, Rollins took sixth place at what ended up being a record-setting 2018 Sunshine State Conference Championship.