Updated Mon, Apr 15, 2013 11:03 pm
The Ohio men's golf team is in seventh place after two rounds of golf at the Kemper Invitational. The Bobcats shot a combined 604 in the two rounds, 301 in the first and 303 in the second. The team is 37 strokes behind first place Northwestern.
Ohio's top golfer of the day was Connor Coldwater who shot a 148 on the day, 74’s in both rounds. Coldwater is tied for 15th after the first day of competition.
Byron Firestone was the Bobcats’ next best golfer of the day with a 149 after two rounds. He shot a 75 in round one and a 74 in round two. Firestone is tied for 21st after the first day. Michael Lamping also shot a 149 with a 75 and a 74. He is tied with Firestone for 21st.
Andrew Mlynarski shot a 158 with a 77 and an 81. He is tied for 61st after the first day. Brad Burgess rounded out the scoring for Ohio with a 160, 79 and 81. This put Burgess tied for 68th after the first day.
Ohio will finish competition Tuesday at the tournament. The event will be played all day.