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Golfers Shoot Strong Second Round At NCAA Columbia Regional

All five Greyhounds improved their scores from the first round, led by freshman Connor Flach, who shaved off five strokes from yesterday

May 16, 2014


COLUMBIA, Mo. - The Loyola University Maryland golf team had a strong start to its day and shaved 14 strokes off its first-round score to finish the second round of the NCAA Regional at the Club at Old Hawthorne with a 6-over 294. Entering tomorrow’s final round, the Greyhounds sit one stroke shy of 11th place with a two-round score of 26-over 602.

Freshman Matt Oshrine carded a team-best 72 today, while senior Brendan Lemp shot 1-over 73. The duo is tied for 38th overall at 5-over 149.

A pair of Greyhounds are also tied for 52nd with two-round scores of 8-over 152, as sophomore Jimmy Dengler finished today at 2-over 74 and junior Bart George shot 3-over 75.

Freshman Connor Flach rounds out the Greyhounds in 73rd place with a 17-over 161. Flach shot a 4-over 78 today, a five-stroke improvement from yesterday.

Loyola finished the day tied with No. 35 Iowa for the ninth-best score and beat No. 11 Virginia (15-over 303), Denver (13-over 301), Ohio State (15-over 303) and Bryant (28-over 316).

After shooting a low team round of 18-under 270, No. 24 Arkansas jumped into a tie for first place with No. 2 Oklahoma. The squads each have a two-round total of 17-over 559, while No. 46 Missouri is third at 15-under 561, No. 14 LSU is fourth at 1-under 575 and No. 26 Arizona State is fifth with an even 576.

Missouri’s Hunter Kraus leads the individual leader board with a 7-under 137, while Arkansas’ Taylor Moore, Oklahoma State’s Jordan Niebrugge and Arizona State’s Max Rottluff are tied for second at 6-under 138.

Loyola will tee off for its final round tomorrow morning at 8:20 p.m. CT. 



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