ETSU completes second round play at Maui Jim Intercollegiate
ETSU completes second round play at Maui Jim Intercollegiate
Saturday, September 10, 2022

Kammann finishes tied for ninth in individual event

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Sept. 10, 2022) – The ETSU men’s golf team completed second round play at the Maui Jim Intercollegiate on Saturday from Mirabel Golf Club in Scottsdale. In addition, the Maui Jim Intercollegiate Individual wrapped up play with freshman Carson Kammann (Knoxville, Tenn.) finishing tied for ninth from Desert Mountain, Outlaw Course.   

Kammann, playing in his first collegiate tournament, strung together rounds of 67-71-72 to finish 6-under-par 210 over the two-day, 54-hole format. The Knoxville, Tenn. native started the day with four birdies in round two to finish one-under, while two holes in round three put a damper on Kammann moving into the top-five. After playing the front nine at one-under thanks to an eagle on the par-4, 470-yard No. 8, Kammann played the back nine at one-over to finish with the 72. Kammann had a triple-bogey on the par-4, 338-yard No. 14 and a double-bogey on the 512-yard, No. 3. 

In the team event, freshman Matty Dodd-Berry (Wirral, England) led the Blue and Gold in round two as he fired a 3-under 67 en route to moving 18 spots up the leaderboard into a tie for 52nd at even-par 140. Dodd-Berry carded five birdies on his round, including back-to-back before making the turn to finish his first nine holes at two-under. 

Remi Chartier (Montreal, Canada) is also tied with Dodd-Berry at even-par thru 36 holes, while Archie Davies (Carlisle, England) posted a 2-under 68 on Saturday. 

As a team, ETSU sits in 17th-place at 2-under-par 558. 

Auburn continues to hold the lead on the team leaderboard at 34-under-par 526, while Arizona State is two shots back in second at 32-under-par 528. Florida State (-29), Tennessee (-27) and San Diego State (-22) rounded out the top-five teams. 

Individually, Tennessee’s Caleb Surratt shot a 7-under 63 on Saturday to move into sole possession of first place at 13-under-par 127. Oregon’s Owen Avrit is one shot back in second and a pair of golfers are tied for third at 11-under-par 129. 

ETSU tees off in Sunday’s final round at 10:50 a.m. ET and will be paired with UNLV and UCLA. 

Fans can follow live scoring all weekend at In addition, live tweets will be available by following the Bucs on Twitter @ETSU_MGolf. 

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