NCAA DI Men’s Regionals (2015) – Rd 2

16th May 2015

The 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf National Championships started on Thursday across the United States.  36-holes have now been played in the six 54-hole Regional tournaments (Stage 1) with the final round to be played later today.

13 college teams and 10 top performing individuals (not on those teams) are competing in the Regionals at Chapel Hill, Lubbock and San Diego. Meanwhile 14 teams and 5 individuals (not on those teams) are playing at Bremerton, New Haven and Noblesville.

The low 5 teams and the low individual not on those teams from each Regional will advance to the Championship Final.  180 players at the Regionals will therefore be whittled down to a field of 156 for the Final which is being played at the end of this month in Florida.

Here’s how Great Britain and Ireland’s 22 players have got on on Day 2: –

Gold Mountain Golf Club – Bremerton, Washington
Teams (14):
T2 Paul Dunne – University of Alabama at Birmingham – 67, 71 (-6)
T36 Jamie Clare – Virginia Commonwealth University – 75, 73 (+4)

Team positions – UAB (-11) 2nd and VCU (+16) 11th.
Individual leader – Cheng-Tsung Pan, Washington (-8).

University of North Carolina Finley Golf Course – Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Teams (13):
T11 Robert MacIntyre – McNeese State University – 70, 72 (-2)
T15 Thomas Rowland – Charlotte – 71, 72 (-1)
T15 David Boote – Stanford University – 75, 68 (-1)
T48 Paul McBride – Wake Forest – 73, 75 (+4)
Individuals (10):
T14 Ryan Cornfield – University of South Carolina Upstate – 73, 70 (-1)
T54 Ben Wheeler – Coastal Carolina University – 74, 75 (+5)

Team positions – Stanford (-11) 1st, North Carolina (-1) T6, McNeese State (+4) 9th and Wake Forest (+6) 10th.
Individual leader – J.T. Boston, Western Carolina (-8).

The Rawls Course – Lubbock, Texas
Teams (13):
T6 J.J. Grey – Georgia State University – 67, 71 (-4)
T34 Eamonn Bradley – Southeastern Louisiana State University – 72, 71 (+1)
T67 Lawrence Allan – Southeastern Louisiana State University – 74, 77 (+9)
T70 Cameron Shaw – University of California, Berkeley – 77, 76 (+11)
Individuals (10):
T51 Tomasz Anderson – Jacksonville State University – 75, 71 (+4)

Team positions – Southeastern Louisiana (-4) 5th, California (-2) 8th and Georgia State (+3) 10th.
Individual leader – K.K. Limbhasut, California (-8).

The Course at Yale – New Haven, Connecticut
Teams (14):
T12 Ryan Fricker – University of South Florida – 71, 70 (+1)
T36 Benjamin Taylor – Louisiana State University – 73, 73 (+6)
Individuals (5):
T21 George Williams – Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus – 73, 70 (+3)

Team positions – South Florida (-3) 1st and LSU (+21) 10th.
Individual leader – Jordan Niebrugge, Oklahoma State (-6).

The Sagamore Club – Noblesville, Indiana
Teams (14):
T43 Daniel Park – Alabama State University – 77, 75 (+8)
Individuals (5):
9th Chris Selfridge – University of Toledo – 73, 71 (E)

Team positions – Alabama State (+44) 13th.
Individual leader – Jonathan Garrick, UCLA (-7).

The Farms Golf Club – Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, California
Teams (13):
T11 Daniel Sutton – University of Idaho – 71, 72 (-1)
T19 Grant Forrest – University of San Diego – 74, 72 (+2)
T19 Pavan Sagoo – St. Mary’s College of California – 72, 74 (+2)
T58 Rhys Pugh – East Tennessee State University – 81, 73 (+10)

Team positions – East Tennessee (+7) 4th, Idaho (+12) 7th, San Diego (+16) 9th and St. Mary’s CA (+7) 10th.
Individual leader – Jon Rahm, Arizona State (-7).

Further Information:
Access to the full Regional lives scores / results can be found here – Golfstat
Rd. 1 NCAA DI GB&I Regional Scores can be found here – Rd. 1 Scores
An Introduction to US College can be found here – US College Golf

Copyright © 2015, Mark Eley. All rights reserved.

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