No. 5 Florida Tech Climbs To Seventh In Second Round of Southeastern Collegiate
By Florida Tech // March 11, 2019
Panthers shoot best single-round score of the year
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA (Florida Tech) – No. 5 Florida Tech matched their best single-round score of the year during the second round of the Southeastern Collegiate on Monday, however, despite the effort the Panthers find themselves in a tie for seventh heading into the final round.
The Crimson & Gray posted a team score of 281 (-7) and sit at even-par through two rounds at the par-72, 7,365-yard course. Tech shot an identical score during the first round of last week’s Panther Invitational.
The Panthers are 10 shots back of No. 1 Barry, who leads the field after shooting -10 on Monday. No. 3 West Florida is second overall at -9. No. 9 Nova Southeastern made the biggest move of the day after firing off a -14 in the second round,and is tied with No. 22 Columbus State in third-place.
Max O’Hagan lit up the course at Kinderlou Forest Golf Club on Monday, as the junior fired in eight birdies to finish with a score of 66 (-6), which is tied for the sixth-best round score in program history. He is currently in the eighth spot with a two-round total of 140 (-4).
Chase Cutshall bounced back from a rough first round in Valdosta and finished with six birdies and a score of 67 (-5), both career-highs. He is even through 36 holes and in a tie for 24th. His 67 is tied for the 11th best single-round total in program history.
Shanren Brienen tapped in an eagle on hole 2 and concluded the second round in a tie for 34th at +1. Kyle Decenzo went +3 on Monday and sits in a tie for 56th at +5, while Ali Thurlow matched his first round total of 75 and is tied for 64th at +6.
The 2019 Southeastern Collegiate concludes Tuesday with the final round. The Panthers begin the day at 8:30 a.m. and at hole 1.
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