Eagles Wrap up Day One at Jerry Pate Invitational
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. The Georgia Southern men’s golf team wrapped up day one of competition at the Jerry Pate National Invitational, Monday evening, carding a 16-over 584 in 36 holes at the par-71, 6,958-yard Old Overton Country Club.
Freshman Logan Blondell (Lakeland, Fla.) carded a team-low 2-over 144 and is tied for 37th place. Junior Ryan Zabroske (Alpharetta, Ga.) follows one stroke behind with a 3-over 145 sitting tied for 42nd place. Shooting a team-low 71 in the second round, along with Blondell, was junior Jordan Johnstun (Evans, Ga.) who sits in 50th place, shooting a 6-over 148.
Senior Chris Smith (Alpharetta, Ga.) trails one stoke behind with a 7-over 149, while teammate Ryan LeFevre (Boca Raton, Fla.) follows with an 8-over 150.
Leading the pack of 12 schools is host and No. 4-ranked Alabama with a 30-under 538. Six strokes behind is UNLV at 24-under 544, while UAB follows with a 23-under 545.
Alabama’s Mark Harrell holds a one-stroke individual lead at 12-under 130.
Each of the Eagles improved upon their first round scores and will finish the third and final round Tuesday morning with tee time beginning at 8 a.m.
Check back with www.GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com for final results and recap.
Published on Monday, 08 October 2007 00:10