Best individual round: Sandhills' Trey Capps and Georgia Military's Dusty Watts finished 1-2 on this year's tournament individual standings. Both athletes shot a third round, two-under 70 to record the best round of the week.
Best team round: Sandhills recorded a third round team score of 293 with a 70-72-75-76 line. That mark was by far the best mark of the week: the next closest being Georgia Military's final round score of 301.
Most eagles: Trey Capps recorded two eagles on the week – the only golfer among the field to record a pair. Six other golfers, including Oxford Emory's fourth place finisher recorded one on the tournament.
Most birdies: Sandhills (37) and Georgia Military (36) recorded the most birdies on the week. Both team-leaders (Capps and Watts) finished with 13 a piece individually.
Closest NJCAA DIII men's golf title race
You can't get any closer to winning a national title than Sandhills did, falling by a single stroke on the final day.
Surprisingly, it's not the first or even second time that an NJCAA Division III men's golf championship has come down to a one-shot margin.
The first occurred at the 1993 edition of the tournament – the fourth-ever DIII championship event at the NJCAA level. Columbus State edged DuPage by a single stroke for the title, 1,280-1,281 over four rounds.
The second time occured in 2005 when Minnesota's Central Lakes posted a one-shot 1,210-1,211 advantage over New York's Monroe CC.
By the numbers...
The average round score of the tournament came to a final figure of 82.96. The field performed the best on Thursday's third round with an average of 81.38.
Chautauqua Golf Club's Lake Course is a diverse course in length. Two holes, par three No. 6 and No. 8, are both below 145 yards in length and provided the lowest average scores of the tournament: 3.46 and and 3.39, respectively.
Two par five holes, No. 10 and No. 16, both eclipse 500 yards in length. The two holes, combined with the 496-yard No. 13, accounted for 145 of the 387 birdies on the the week.
Minnesota State's Hunter Moen finished as a First Team NJCAA All-American for the second straight year. Moen finished fifth, improving by a spot from his 2018 championship performance.
The only other repeat All-American this year was Georgia Military's Luke Ninneman. Ninneman, who finished 15th in 2018, snuck into the final First Team slot at No. 6