Regier Shot a 77 for Day One of the NCAA Mens Golf Super Regional

MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. – Florida Tech senior men’s golfer, Justin Regier (East Amherst, NY) finished day one
of the 2007 NCAA Division II South/South Central Super Regional Men’s Golf Tournament hosted the University
of North Alabama at Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail of the Shoals. Regier, who is making his second straight regional appearance, is currently tied for 28th
out of 45 student-athlete competitor’s with a first round 5-over par at 77 for the 18-hole start.

Leading round one with a 2-over par is host UNA with a team score of 290. Four other Sunshine State Conference Schools joined host University North Alabama
in the tournament; Nova Southeastern (302), Florida Southern (292), Barry (296), and Lynn (310) plus West Florida (297), Florida Gulf Coast (301) and
Valdosta State (299) from the South Region.

Individual competition will be played out by Jeff Golden from Rollins, Jarred Carlyle and B.J. Hawkins from Arkansas Tech, and C.J. Denmark from Eckerd
along with Regier.

Currently Barry’s Hernan Borja, UWF’s Matthew Galloway and UNA’s Jonathan Henderson are leading the pack shooting 1-under par at 71 for the three way tie.
The course is a par 72 and 7,126 yardage.

Regier is a four-year senior who graduated with a degree in Business this past Saturday. A year earlier at the Territory Golf Course in Duncan, OK, Justin
finished tied 28th (74-77-76=227) +11 over par and only looks to improve this year in Florence, Alabama.

Justin is a four-year member of the Florida Tech Men’s Golf program and has been a dominate golfer as he has placed in the top three of every category of
Florida Tech Men’s Golf Record Book. Regier’s career stats add up to an average score of 75.30, a 3.43 verses par, and a 65.7 finish percentage. He has
marked a total of eight times in the low 60’s in his career and has a career low of 68 in ‘06-‘07 and a best finish of 2nd in the ‘04-‘05 season.

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