Updated Tue, Oct 11, 2011 2:39 pm
The Ohio Men’s Golf team is currently sitting in eighth place after the first day of the 2011 Bearcat invitational at Traditions Golf Club in Hebron, KY.
Ohio struggled during day one’s first round of play, but Ohio came together as a team and collectively improved its play in the second round of the day.
Michael Lamping carded the best improvement from round one to round two, shedding 10 strokes from his first round score of 79 during the second time around.
Lamping’s improvement was accompanied by an eight-stroke drop from Curtis Goldsberry and a seven-stroke drop from Connor Coldwater in the second round. This propelled the Bobcats to their eighth place spot at the start of day two’s action, after ending day one’s first round in 14th place.
Coldwater’s second round score of 66 tied Joseph Barr of the University of Kentucky’s mark for the best round of the day. Barr’s Wildcats sit atop the leaderboard as day two of the Bearcat Invitational progresses.
Stay tuned to the Bobcat Sports Showcase for coverage of the final results of the 2011 Bearcat Invitational as Ohio seeks to build off of their momentum and finish strong in Hebron.