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The Eastern Florida State College men’s golf team will be busy as the team faces some stiff competition this fall. (EFSC Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Eastern Florida State College men’s golf team will be busy as the team faces some stiff competition this fall.

“We have three guys that went to nationals coming back in Fraser (Davren), Mathieu (Echelard) and Ryan (Rozic) and then we have Kyle (Decenzo), Greg (Darnell), Josh (Postlewait), Patxi (Londaitz) all back and know the routine. They know what is coming and what to expect so I will lean on them,” Eastern Florida State College men’s golf coach Jamie Howell said.

“I need leadership from the sophomores and at the same time I want the stability there that things will get done because they know what to expect.”

The Titans will begin the fall season with the Wallace State Invitational in Alabama Sept. 11-12 and then have two home events beginning with the District 4 Preview Oct. 2-3 and then will play Florida Tech in the Collegiate Players Cup which is a Ryder Cup type of event.