Davies' combined score of 8-under-par 134 has him tied for second on the individual leaderboard, four strokes off the pace set by Texas Tech's Will Griffin. In addition, Davies' efforts powered the 13th-ranked Buccaneers to an eighth-place team standing at 6-under for the event, while host school and No. 1-ranked
While Davies enjoyed an impressive outing, some of his teammates struggled during the two-round opening day. Though freshman Seamus Power (
The Bucs will continue with third and final round play at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate on Tuesday, before heading back home to prepare for their own Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at The Ridges which is scheduled for the upcoming weekend.
ETSU fans can stay informed of the Bucs' play by visiting ETSUBucs.com and clicking on the men's golf link.