Kerns and Anania Break Even in Round Two
Marshall is tied for 19th after day two
March 23, 2013
GREENVILLE, S.C. - Nathan Kerns and Brian Anania both recorded eagles in round two of the Furman Intercollegiate as the Marshall men's golf program shot a combined score of 298 on day two at the Furman University Golf Club.
The team score was 12 strokes better than day one (298) and the Thundering Herd improved one spot overall, now tied for 19th with Temple in the tournament standings.
"We scored much better today," head coach Matt Grobe said after the round. "We still have some work to do and are looking forward to tomorrow's final round. I think we are playing good golf. Hopefully we make some putts tomorrow and move up the leader board."
Kerns and Anania each broke even on day two, scoring a 72. Kerns shaved off two strokes from day one, while Anania was able to improve six strokes from round one. Kerns is tied for 26th individually with a 146 and Anania stands tied for 51st with a 150.
Jeremy Rogers went three over par (75), but was able to improve his score from day one by five. He is tied for 94th in the individual standings. Tas Sipowski shot a 79 and is tied for 104th and Logan Lagodich shot an 80 and is tied for 117th.
Virginia Tech shot two strokes better than day one and is ten under par as a team. The Hokies have a combined score of 566. Virginia Tech's Trevor Cone and Iowa State's Scott Fernandez are tied for first individually and are both seven under par.
Marshall will conclude the final round tomorrow at the Furman University Golf Club. Be sure to follow live on golfstatresults.com.