Monday, March 07, 2005
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (March 7, 2005) - Despite losing one player to illness and having another struggle, sophomore Rhys Davies (Bridgend, Wales) was once again the good news story for the East Tennessee State's men's golf team Monday at the Seminole Intercollegiate.
Davies fired a 5-under-par 67 during the second round at the Golden Eagle Country Club, taking a four-stroke lead over UCF's Andreas Hoegberg and
As a squad, the Bucs are currently at 22-over for the tournament and 22 strokes back of team leader Coastal Carolina, which stands at even-par for the event. The Chanticleers enjoy an eight- stroke advantage over UCF heading into Tuesday's third and final round.
Along with Davies, other ETSU scores from day two included an even-par 72 from freshman Gareth Shaw (Lisburn, Ireland), who is currently tied for 12th, while senior Cennydd Mills (Cardiff, Wales) posted a 1-under 71 and is tied for 31st. While Davies, Shaw and Mills are playing well, freshman Cian McNamara (
The Bucs will continue with third-round play at the Seminole Intercollegiate on Tuesday. For complete results, see below.
Golden Eagle C.C. -- Tallahassee, Fla.
Par: 72; Yardage: 6847
Monday's Results - Second Round
|9.||East Tennessee St.||299-299=598||+22|
|11.||North Carolina State||294-312=606||+30|
|1.||Rhys Davies, ETSU||69-67=136||-8|
|2.||Andreas Hoegberg, UCF||71-69=140||-4|
|4.||Martin Ureta, N Carolina||73-68=141||-3|
|5.||Moises Cobo, Coast. Car||70-72=142||-2|
|Lindsay Renolds,Coast. Car||75-67=142||-2|
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