Cougars Shoot 8-Under, Tied For Third Overall
SOURCE: CSU ATHLETICS
The 23rd-ranked Columbus State University men’s golf team sits in third place now after the second round of the Southeastern Collegiate. The tournament is being held at the Kinderlou Forest Golf Club.
The Cougars came into the clubhouse with a round of 280, ten shots better than yesterday’s opening round. Their 8-under par team score was third best overall on the day putting them just four shots off the lead.
Third-ranked West Florida (567) leads the tournament after two rounds with top-ranked Barry (566) just one shot back. Ninth-ranked Nova Southeastern (570) is tied for third with Columbus State (570) while 2nd-ranked Lynn (574) and 40th-ranked Valdosta State (574) are in a tie for fifth.
Leading the way for the Cougars in the second round was Jordan Doull who turned in an impressive 4-under round of 68. The sophomore had six birdies on the day, including five on the back nine as he made his way to the clubhouse. He currently is in a tie for 9th-place.
Ronan Kleu had a great day shooting a 3-under 69 in the second round, equaling the same number of birdies as Doull. The freshman is now at even par through two rounds and in a tie for 24th.
Preston Wagaman bounced back improving five shots from the opening round to shoot a 1-under 71. He sits in tie for 43rd overall. Meanwhile, Duncan van der Vyver had four birdies on the back nine and five overall en route to an even par 72 on the day. The senior is currently in a tie for 34th after two rounds.
Cole Cruickshank was the drop score for the Cougars, shooting a 5-over 77 but still finished the day in a tie for 37th overall.
The three-round tournament will conclude its final 18 holes Tuesday.