Men's Golf in Seventh at Northern Intercollegiate

 
Max Walz


Max Walz

Sep 6, 2013

SUGAR GROVE, Ill. - - University of Louisville men's golf team opened the season with the first round of the Northern Intercollegiate at Rich Harvest Farms on Friday. The Cardinals are in seventh place after the first day of play after shooting 298, 19 shots off the lead.

Houston leads the way in the team competition with a total score of 279; Blair Hamilton of the Cougars is tied for the individual lead with Kentucky's David Snyder, playing as an individual, with a first round five-under 67.

The Cardinals' No. 1 player, Max Walz, had the best day for the UofL, sitting in 11th place after 71.

Robin Sciot-Siegrist and Antoine LeSaux are tied for 33rd after the first round of action, both carding 75.

Gus Lundquist is tied for 47th after his round of 77 and Trevor Sluman is tied for 58th after his 78. Newcomer Ben Montgomery, playing as an individual, shot 79.

The Cardinals will return to the course at Rich Harvest Farms tomorrow for the second round of the Northern Intercollegiate. Tee times for Saturday's second round begin at 8 a.m.

 

 

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