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Lindsey Wilson Men's Golf in 2nd place at MSC Fall Tournament

Oliver Cowl shot an even-par 72 to top the leaderboard for the Blue Raiders
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By Charles Balcom

BARDSTOWN, KY - The Lindsey Wilson men's golf team fired an opening round 308 to sit in second place at the 15-team Mid-South Conference Fall Tournament on Monday, 13 Oct 2014. The Blue Raiders sit just three strokes behind tournament leader Emmanuel (GA).

Oliver Cowl leads the field by three strokes after an opening-round even-par 72 (34-38) at the 6,844-yard course at the Bardstown Country Club at Maywood.

The freshman from Exeter, England, finished at 3-under par in the par 5 scoring and totaled five birdies on the day, the most by any player.

Emmanuel's Drew Bryant and Garrett Bailey along with Cumberlands' (Ky.) Martin Jacobsson are tied for second at 3-over par.

Nathan Hincks finished the opening round with a 6-over par 78 (36-42) to sit tied for 11th place. Hincks recorded 11 pars on the day.

Both Ryan Nowe and Jordan Hagan are tied for 15th place with a 7-over par 79. Nowe shot a 38-41, playing the par 5s at 2-under par, while Hagan finished with a 40-39 in his opening round.

Federico Navarro completed the Blue Raider five-man squad, shooting an 8-over par 80 (41-39) in 25th place.

Clayton Bradshaw, playing as an individual, also sits tied for 15th place after an opening round 79 (40-39). Bradshaw totaled 12 pars on the day, tied for the most in the round.

As a team, Lindsey Wilson finished strong on the par 5s, shooting 7-under par, three strokes better than the next team.

The par-3 16th proved to be the toughest hole on the course as the field played it to 1.5 strokes above par on the opening day. Conversely, the par-5 18th provided players with 12 birdies and one eagle in the round.

Emmanuel leads the team standings with a 17-over par 305, followed by the Blue Raiders at 308. University of the Cumberlands (KY) is third at 312.

This story was posted on 2014-10-13 17:12:40
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