Hade posted a collegiate-best, 54-hole score of 72-72-73--217 to lead the Tigers to a second-place team finish among 17 teams at the TaylorMade-adidas Intercollegiate at the Dataw Island Club on Saint Helena Island, South Carolina on March 11-12. He enjoyed his highest individual collegiate finish, as well, tying for fourth among 105 golfers, while leading the field in pars (42), tied for second in par 4 scoring (4.00), tied for 14th in par 5 scoring (4.92) and tied for 16th in par 3 scoring (3.17) at the par 72, 6,789-yard layout.
Hade followed with another outstanding performance at the Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational at the Jekyll Island Golf Club in Georgia on March 15-17. He added a 54-hole score of 69-74-75--218 to tie for 22nd individually among 150 golfers and help H-SC tie for 11th among 30 teams at the par 72, 6,700-yard Pine Lakes' course. Hade tied for 14th in pars (37) on Jekyll Island, and has helped the Tigers to their national ranking of 14th in the latest Golfstat NCAA Division III Top 25.
Adam is currently third on the team with his 74.65 scoring average through 17 rounds. He has posted collegiate-low scores for 18 holes (69), 36 holes (142) and 54 holes (217), and has one the Top Five effort among two Top 20 individual finishes in seven tournaments.
H-SC will play again in the 54-hole Camp Lejeune Invitational on April 5-7 at the Paradise Point Golf Course - Scarlet/Gold Courses in Jacksonville, North Carolina.