Indiana Sits In Middle of Pack After First Day of Snowman Getaway
Feb. 24, 2014
GOODYEAR, Ariz. - The Indiana men's golf team registered rounds of 287 and 290 on the first day of the Snowman Getaway at the Palm Valley Golf Club, leaving them in a tie for eighth place out of 17 teams at 1-over par after 36 holes. Despite being in eighth place, the Hoosiers are just five shots out of third place going into the final round.
In addition to the five players competing towards the team score, the Hoosiers also have three players competing individuals. One of those players is freshman Andrew Havill, who carded a first round 68 (-4) and followed it up with a 2-under par 70 in round two to sit in a tie for sixth place on the individual scoreboard. The first round 68 topped his previous low round of the season by five strokes.
A pair of freshman, Will Seger and Keegan Vea, led the way for the team score for Indiana, as both finished the day with two-round totals of 143 (T21st). Seger opened with a 68 - his lowest round of the year - before a second round 75 dropped him back. Vea started with a 73 before carding a 2-under par 70 in the afternoon.
Sophomore Max Kollin sits in a tie for 34th place after logging rounds of 72 and 73 on the first day. Senior David Mills has a two round score of 146 (74-72) and is tied for 42nd while junior Nicholas Grubnich is tied for 72nd after rounds of 76 and 75 on day one.
The final round will begin at 10 a.m. ET (8 a.m. MT) with live scoring provided at golfstat.com.
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