The University of Tennessee men's golf team finished 10th at the Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate. The Vols turned in a scorecard of 299-291-302 892.
Sophomore Andrew Pratt finished tied for 25th in the tournament after turning in a three-round score of 221. Following Pratt was freshman Brandon Skeen, who finished tied for 33rd with a score of 223. Other Vol scores included Andy Brimer (224), Jason Powell (226) and Ian Parnaby (233).
Host school LSU won the tournament after carding a 293-277-286 856. Tulsa finished two shots behind the Tigers with a 858. Rounding out the top five was UAB (859), Vanderbilt (872) and College of Charleston (876).
Alan Morgan of LSU was the individual winner. Morgan shot a three-round score of 206, 10-under par. Other top individual scores were Craig Lile (207) of Arkansas, Craig Gordon (208) of UAB, John Humphries (210) of LSU and David Ingles (211) of Tulsa.
This was the Vols' last tournament of the fall season. The team will open the spring portion of the schedule on Feb. 12-13 at the University of Southern Mississippi, Beau Rivage Intercollegiate in Gulfport, Miss.

Lady Vols To Compete At Golf World Collegiate Invitational
The fourth-ranked University of Tennessee women's golf team travels to Hilton Head, S.C., this weekend to compete in the Rolex/Golf World/Palmetto Dunes Collegiate Invitational. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will be contested on the par-72, 6,257-yard Arthur Hills Course at Palmetto Hall.
The competition this weekend will be the stiffest the Lady Vols have faced all year, as all 12 teams are currently ranked in the top 20 in both the GolfWeek/Sagarin Rankings and the MasterCard ratings.
We're looking forward to this tournament, head coach Judi Pavon said. It is a very tough field with a few teams we haven't seen yet, so it will be a great test.
Thus far, the Lady Vols have been one of the surprise teams in the nation this year. After starting the season ranked as low as 13th, the Lady Vols have finished no lower than third at any of the three tournaments entered this season. The outstanding performance has raised the Lady Vols to fourth in both polls.