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Bucs struggle during second round, fall to 18th at NCAA Championship
Thursday, June 01, 2006
For the Bucs, sophomore Gareth Shaw (
"We were OK on the front, but we made the turn and played poorly on the back side," said ETSU head coach Fred Warren, whose team posted its first over-par score in eight postseason rounds this spring. "We're now in a tough position to make the cut, and we're going to have to play well to have a chance. Our guys will try their best to extend our season, but it will be hard because there are a lot of good teams here, obviously."
Along with Shaw, sophomore Cian McNamara (Limerick, Ireland) currently holds the team's second-best tournament score at 2-over, despite following up his season low 68 from Wednesday with a 6-over 78 on Thursday. Meanwhile, junior Rhys Davies (Bridgend,
Freshmen Adam Hodkinson (
Third round action is set for Friday, with the Top 15 teams making the cut and reaching the final round scheduled for Saturday. Fans can watch live scoring at Golfstat.com, or visit ETSUBucs.com following each day's play for a complete wrap up.