Men's Golf Tied for Seventh at the General Hackler Championship

 
Antoine LeSaux


Antoine LeSaux

March 10, 2014

MURRELLS INLET, S.C. - Antoine LeSaux of the University of Louisville men's golf team carded a 74-72 (146) and is tied for fifth overall, just three strokes behind the leader at the General Hackler Championship.

As a team, Louisville is tied with Lamar for seventh, shooting 603 (302-301) over 36 holes at the event, played at the par 72, 6,950-yard TPC of Myrtle Beach.

Kent State, ranked 23rd in the nation, was in eighth place after a morning round 305 before shooting a 1-under par 287 in the afternoon to lead the 12-team field with a two-round score of 592 (305-287). East Carolina and Middle Tennessee are tied for second, each posting a 17-over par score of 593, followed by East Tennessee State (595), Iowa State (597) and Coastal Carolina.

Robin Sciot-Siegrist was the second Cardinal in the top 15, as he shot 74-75=149 to tie for 12th overall. Max Walz is tied for 33rd overall after firing 77-76=153. J.D. Lehman is tied for 39th when he carded 77-78=155, while the Cardinals' No. 1 player, Robert Geibel, is in 54th after shooting 77-83=160.

The General Hackler Championship will conclude with 18 final holes on Tuesday.

 

 

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