The University of Tennessee men's golf squad shot scores of 290-296--586,
to finish round two of the Seminole Invitational in eighth place. The
Orange and White were in fourth place after one round, and are still in
contention for a top-five finish.
Senior Derrick Centers is currently tied for sixth place after posting
impressive scores of 70-72--142, two under par, to lead the Vols. Freshman
Clemens Conrad-Prader has the second-best Vol score with rounds of
72-74--147, to put him tied for 26th.
North Florida does not have a player in the top 10, but had three shoot
even par during today's competition to put them in a one-stroke lead over
Mississippi State. NC State and Vanderbilt are tied for a close third with
36-hole scores of 578.
Individually, ETSU's Chris Wisler is in the lead after day one of the
tournament after posting marks of 67-71--138. Wisler is one-shot ahead of
Alex Rocha of Mississippi State (68-71--139) and two up on Alex Morgan of
Look for the final results of the tournament from Tuesday's play in
Thursday's Daily Beacon.
Impressive golf showing keeps UT team in hunt
Published: Wed Mar 08, 2000 | Modified: Sat Aug 06, 2005 02:10 p.m.