Dylan Menante made a pair of 18-foot putts on the final holes, including one for birdie on the first extra hole, and ryan burnet and Austin Oiler also won their matches to lead the University of North Carolina men’s golf team to a 3-2 win over Florida State in Wednesday’s Jackson T. Stephens Cup championship game at the Seminole Golf Club. of Juno Beach, Florida.

Menante lost on 16e hole to fall one behind Frederik Kjettrup, but saved par with an 18-footer on 17e equalize and sank another 18-foot birdie putt on the 19e hole to give UNC its first point. Menante had held on to his match on the 15the sinking his shot from a greenside bunker to halve the holeshot.

Greaser was 1-12, but won 13e hole to tie the game and the 15e and 16e holes to defeat Patrick McCann, 2&1.

Burnett dominated his match winning the fifth, sixth, 10e12e and 15e holes to beat Brett Roberts, 5&3. His victory on the 15e hole gave UNC its third team point for the tournament title.

David Ford, who was the medalist in all 54 holes of the tournament in stroke play Monday and Tuesday, was beaten 1 by FSU’s Luke Clanton, who shot 29 on the back nine. Ford won its first college title on Tuesday by four strokes 16-under 200 overall. His 200 total included a 62 in the second round when he birdied eight straight and came within two strokes of the course record at Seminole.

Cole Anderson earned FSU’s second point with a 1-over win stone fountain.

Carolina and Florida State advanced to the championship game by finishing in the top two places in stroke play. The Tar Heels were the top seed after shooting 43-under 821, 20 shots ahead of the ‘Noles.

The Tar Heels’ 43-under-par score was the second-lowest score in UNC history.

The Stephens Cup is Carolina’s second straight win. The Tar Heels won the Ben Hogan Collegiate Invitational at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas eight days ago.

UNC wraps up the fall portion of its Oct. 21-23 schedule at the Williams Cup presented by STITCH Golf at Eagle Point Golf Club in Wilmington.