Rising senior led the field in birdies
Cichan finishes T-7th, Lowe 13th
GW in fourth place as a team; final round set for Sunday
Cichan and Lowe just two shots off the lead; GW T-5th as a team
Play gets underway Friday at Grand Cyprus Golf Club in Orlando
GW Golf Practice (9/26/14)
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014-15): Competed in 10 of 11 events and ranked fifth on the team with a 77.28 scoring average ... turned in the best 54-hole total of his career at the Bash at the Beach (March 9-10), shooting a 9-over 222 (71-72-79) to finish in a tie for 43rd ... had a top 40 finish at the Rutherford Intercollegiate (April 18-19) when he shot a 16-over 229 (78-74-77) to finish t-36th ... turned in the best score-to-par of his career with a 6-over 222 (75-74-73) at the Atlantic 10 Championship (April 24-26) where he finished t-26th.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013-14): One of two players to compete in all 11 events, third on team with three rounds of par-or-better and fourth with 77.81 scoring average ... Opened career with hole-in-one on fifth collegiate hole en route to season-low 71 in first round of Adams Cup of Newport, made appearance on GolfWeek.com's By the Numbers. Tied for 20th at 54-hole event with 10-over 226 (71-72-83) ... Recorded season-low 54-hole total of 9-over 225 (78-72-75) at the VCU Shootout ... Named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week following 13-over 229 (76-76-77) and t-48th at Wendy's Kiawah Classic ... Second top-20 finish came at 2014 A-10 Championship with t-12th at 15-over 228 (76-78-74) ... Fall 2013 semester on GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named Prince George's County Golfer of the Year by The Gazette in both 2012 and 2013 during his final two seasons at DeMatha Catholic in Hyattsville, Md. ... also a Second Team All-County selection by The Gazette as a sophomore in 2011 ... as a junior in 2012, he posted a nine-hole scoring average of 37 en route to an 11-1 record and First Team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) honors, and in 2013 carded a 38 average and a 10-2 mark to earn honorable mention All-Met honors from The Washington Post ... during his last two prep years, Farmer produced a trio of top-five finishes in events on the Future Collegians World Tour and International Junior Golf Tour.