#16 Georgia College Golf in 11th at Spring Hill Suites Intercollegiate Day One

#16 Georgia College Golf in 11th at Spring Hill Suites Intercollegiate Day One

FLORENCE, S.C. – Taking on a Division I field, the No. 16 Georgia College golf squad is 11th Monday after two rounds at the Spring Hill Suites Intercollegiate, played at the Country Club of South Carolina. The Bobcats shot rounds of 303 and 287 for 14-over par on the par-72, 7,062-yard course.

Senior Bryan Fox (Roswell, Ga.) is tops on the squad at 18th overall, thanks to his 68 in the second round. His second round effort tied for third-best among the entire 65-golfer field. Fox owns a two-round score of 144, good for even par.

Former All-American Ryan Trocchio (Norcross, Ga.) is 28th overall and second on the team with a two-over score after rounds of 72 and 74. Senior Victor Monte (Chantilly, Va.) is 38th at four-over, firing a 71 after starting with a 77.

Freshman Conner Albright (Macon, Ga.) is 54th at plus-eight, carding rounds of 78 and 74 in his first collegiate tournament. Harrison Stewart (Roswell, Ga.), also playing his first collegiate rounds, posted an 88 and 79.

USC Upstate leads the team scores at 15-under par, an amazing 12-stroke lead over second place Samford University. The individual race is tied at eight-under par between Upstate's Ryan Cornfield and Wofford University's Brannan Hudson.

The third and final round of the tournament tees off tomorrow, Sept. 10.

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