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Liberty Sits in Eighth at CSU Invitational
The Liberty men's golf team sits in eighth place out of 12 squads after two rounds at the CSU Invitational, played at the 6,978-yard, par-72 Crowfield Country Club, in Goose Creek, S.C., on Monday.
Liberty (299-301—600) sits in eighth place, 12 strokes behind first-place Radford (293-295—588). During the first day of competition, the Flames were led by Jay Calvo (73-75—148), as the junior is tied for 15th at 4 over. Nathan Schenz-Davis (76-74—150) is at 6 over, while Stephen Dooley (76-75—151) finished the first day at 7 over. Rounding out the Flame five were Andrew Nelson (74-78—152) at 8 over and Chris Watters (82-77—159) at 15 over.
Following Radford at the top of the pack are Belmont Abbey (299-291—590), two strokes back, and Longwood (301-290—591) three strokes back.
Playing as an individual, Patrick Rada (68-70—138) of South Carolina, leads medalist honors at 6 under. Kyle Bailey (71-70—141) of Radford is three strokes back at 3 under. There is a three-way tie for third-place, as Baker Elmore (74-69—143), another individual from South Carolina, is 1 under, tied with Blake Palmer (74-69—143) of Gardner-Webb and Thomas Parker (73-70—143) of Stetson.
The CSU Invitational concludes with a final round, tomorrow at the 6,978-yard, par-72 Crowfield Country Club.