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Golf: Program records fall for LWC Men at Blue Raider Invite

From Christopher Coombs

The Lindsey Wilson men's golf team set program records in their season-opening Blue Raider Invite to lead the field after the first two rounds of play on Monday. Sebastian Sandin leads the individual race by eight strokes, thanks to a program record 10-under, 60-stroke second round. Lindsey Wilson wraps up play on Tuesday at 8amCT at The Pines.

Sandin fired a 124 (64-60) during his opening two rounds. He racked up 14 birdies and two eagles on his rounds, both leading the field while adding 18 pars and just two bogeys. He sits at 16-under par.

As a team, Lindsey Wilson rolled over the competition finishing the day at 36-under par which is also a program best start to a tournament.


The Blue Raiders finished the day with a 524 (264-260) after playing the par-5s at 31-under, the par-4s at 10-under, and the par-3s at even-par.

Six Lindsey Wilson student-athletes finished the opening two round 5-under par or better.

Georgetown (KY) is in second place and trails Lindsey Wilson by 33 strokes after recording a 557 (285-272).

Ivan Nikovic and Shane Henderson sit tied for second after the pair both finished with 132 strokes. Ninkovic went 67-65 as Henderson, who played as an individual, fired a similar 65-67. The duo are both 8-under par and eight shots off the lead set by Sandin.

Janik Hawlitzky and Frederik Strand are tied for fifth place. Hawlitzky posted a 134 (67-67) as Strand carded a 134 (66-68). Alfie Yearsley was the final Blue Raider to crack the top-10 after finishing his day 5-under-par and in a tie for seventh place. AJ Shagool is in a tie for 11th place following a 141 (72-69).

Linus Doverfors and Briley Sharpe are tied for 18th place after posting 144 strokes as Evan Kidd is alone in 24th with a 147. Jarrett Napier (164), Adam Rogers (171) and Chase Carpenter (181) also competed in the event.


This story was posted on 2022-08-30 09:38:54
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