Men's Golf Holds Seventh Place After Two Days at Slomin Autism Invitational
HATTIESBURG, Miss. - Southern Miss senior Ryan Argotsinger (Lee’s Summit, Mo.) shot a one-over 73 during the second day of the Florida Atlantic Slomin Autism Invitational, Saturday, being played at the Squire Course at the PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Argotsinger fired the school’s lowest round of the day and finds himself in a 12th-place tie with a 148 total. Sophomore Derick Kelting (Amarillo, Texas) followed his opening day of 71 with a 78 in round two and sits in a 14th-place tie with a 149.
Junior Matt Codd (Red Deer, Alberta) added a 77 for a 152 two-round total to hold a 32nd-place tie, while sophomore Willie Hammond shot a 78 for a 153 total and a 35th-place tie and freshman Matt Lorenz (Gulf Shores, Ala.) tallied a 78 for a 155 and a tie for 45th.
The Golden Eagles shot 306 as a team to hold a 602 following two rounds to hold seventh place in the 13-event.
UCF leads the team standings with a two-round 580, followed by Jacksonville State (590), Georgetown (592), Florida Gulf Coast (593), Connecticut (595), DePaul (599), Southern Miss (602), Northern Illinois (604), host Florida Atlantic (605), Stetson (609), Murray State (612), Morehead State (619) and Hartford (623).
The final round gets underway Sunday, beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET. Fans can follow the action live here.