SAVANNAH, Ga. – The No. 16 Georgia College golf team finished day two with a 301 team score in the South/Southeast Regionals at Savannah Quarters Country Club on the 7,016-yard par-72 course. Senior Bryan Fox (Roswell, Ga.) shot a five-under par second day field-best 67 to lead the Bobcats to 14th after two rounds.
After not finishing in the scoring in day one for Georgia College, Fox not only had the best second-day score but moved up more than any other golfer in the individual standings. The senior went from tied-92nd to tied 24th overall for a two-day total of four-over par 148.
The Bobcats were one stroke off yesterday's score. Georgia College recorded a 300 team score on the first day and followed up with a 301 today. Joining Fox in today's team scoring was senior Victor Monte (Chantilly, Va.) with a five-over par 77, freshman Conner Albright (Macon, Ga.) with a six-over par 78, and sophomore David Sullivan (Woodstock, Ga.) with a seven-over par 79. Freshman Nicolas Falkinhoff (Buenos Aires, Argentina) finished with an 11-over par 83 and not in the team scoring.
Monte is now tied-48th overall with an eight-over par 152, while Sullivan and Albright are both tied-54th overall with a nine-over par 153 score. Falkinhoff is tied-86th overall with a 15-over par 159.
Nova Southeastern University leads the field after two days with six-over 582 followed by Barry University with an eight-over 584. Three teams are tied for third with a nine-over 585 that include USC Aiken, Lynn University and Florida Institute of Technology.
Armstrong Atlantic State University is sixth with 13-over 589, followed by University of North Alabama with a 14-over 590. St. Leo University has a 17-over 593 in eighth place followed by Clayton State University and University of West Florida with a 21-over 597.
Florida Southern College and Erskine College are tied for 11th with a 22-over 598, followed by 13th place Flagler College with a 23-over 599. The Bobcats are next at 14th.
The Bobcats are set to tee off at 8:20 a.m. Wednesday for day three. Georgia College must finish in the top-seven to advance to the Nationals.
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