Builder Golfers Sit Third After Round One Of USCAA Nationals
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- The Apprentice School golf team currently sits in third place after round one of the 2009 USCAA National Championships after carding a team total of 317 over the Penn State University Blue Course on Monday.
Rochester College (Mich.) leads the 12-team event with a 307, followed by Penn State Wilkes-Barre with a 315. Penn State Mont Alto is in fourth place with a 320, followed by the defending champions Penn College with a 323. The 317 by the Builders was their lowest four-person round of the fall season.
The low man for the Builders was sophomore Kyle Radcliff who carded a four-over-par 76 to be in a tie for fifth-place in the 73-person field. Senior Ryan Sweet was next with a 78 to be in a tie for eighth place. The medalist through round one was Kevin Reiber from Penn State Mont Alto with a 73.
The final round begins at 9 am on Tuesday morning.
USCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Penn State University Blue Course
State College, Pa. -- Par 72, 6,686 yards
TEAM SCORES: Rochester College (Mich.), 307; Penn State Wilkes-Barre 315, Apprentice School 317, Penn State Mont Alto 320, Penn College 323, Penn State New Kensington 334, University of Dallas 347, Penn State Hazelton 349, NHTI 355, Penn State Lehigh Valley 356, Penn State Schuylkill 370, Penn State Greater Allegheny 394.
MEDALIST: Kevin Reiber (PSU Mont Alto) 73.
APPRENTICE RESULTS: T5. Kyle Radcliff 76; T8. Ryan Sweet 78; T17. Daniel Campbell 81, T21. Wade Traynham 82; T37. Michael Hastings 87; T43. Blake Henger 89; T58. Nick Carlson 98; T64. Kyle Center 101; 67. Ashley Bourguet 103.