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Illinois’ Michael Feagles in the Top 10 after back-to-back top-five finishes

Florida State’s John Pak retained his spot atop the PGA TOUR University Ranking released Wednesday, as only three of the top-15 players competed last week. At the LSU Invitational, Michael Feagles (Illinois) finished T4 and solidified his position at No. 10, while Davis Thompson (Georgia) finished T24 and remained No. 4.

Feagles has led the Illini to back-to-back team titles, and he was named Big Ten Golfer of the Week after winning the individual title by eight strokes at the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate. He has compiled a 71.02 scoring average since fall 2018, and he is a four-time All-Big Ten First Team selection. The Illini’s next scheduled tournament is the Louisiana Classics, March 15-16.

Auburn’s Jovan Rebula was the third top-15 player who competed in Baton Rouge, and he slipped from 12th to 16th in the U Ranking following his T43 finish. Rebula’s drop allowed Devon Bling (UCLA), Cooper Dossey (Baylor), Kyle Hogan (Texas Tech) and Tim Widing (San Francisco) to move up a spot.

The week’s two biggest movers were Dan Erickson (Texas A&M) and Wilson Furr (Alabama). Erickson won the Border Olympics and improved from 114th to 77th, while Furr finished third at the LSU Invitational and improved from 56th to 38th.

PGA TOUR University Ranking: March 3, 2021

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