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Golf In Fifth Place Following Two Rounds At The Tiger Intercollegiate
Senior Bryce Edmister alone in third place with -5 mark
September 1, 2013Tweet
Verona, N.Y.—Paced by a two-round total of 139 (-5) by Bryce Edmister, the Binghamton golf team sits in fifth place after 36 holes at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate hosted by Missouri. The Bearcats are tied with Connecticut with a score of 591 (+15) after Sunday at the par 72 Kaluhyat Golf Course in Verona. Hosts Missouri hold a commanding 17-stroke lead after firing team scores of -7 and -6, respectively on Sunday.
Team captain and lone senior Bryce Edmister is just three strokes off the individual lead following first and second round play. After an opening round 71, Edmister turned in a scorecard of 68; the second lowest tally on the afternoon. Currently, Andrew Bailey of Cleveland State (-8) holds the slight edge over Edmister and Ryan Zech of Missouri (-6).
In his first collegiate event, freshman Kyle Wambold has turned some heads with his play. The Macungie, Pa. native played a pair of consistent rounds, finishing up at -2 at day’s end. With a second round 70 (-2), Wambold has put himself in a fine position for Monday’s final round. He and three others occupy the fifth spot on the leaderboard at Kaluhyat.
Junior Josh Holling wrapped up his first two rounds of the 2013 fall season with scores of 77 and 76, putting him in 41st place after today. Sophomore Jesse Perkins and junior Stephen Mincone shot matching scores of 162 on Sunday.
Rounding up the top-5 team leaders following Missouri’s score of 563 are the following: McNeese State (580), Central Connecticut State (582), Cleveland State (588) and Uconn (591). Final round play begins at 8 a.m., the Bearcats will start off on holes 8-11 as they hope to climb up the leaderboard Monday.