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@CentreGolf Ties for Second at Rhodes Fall Classic
TUNICA, Miss. (CentreColonels.com) – The Centre men's golf team rebounded from a difficult opening round at the Rhodes Fall Classic, firing a round of 287 on Monday and tying for second place among qualifying teams.
The Colonels' round of 287 was the second lowest round posted by any team on either of the two days of competition at Tunica National G.C., rebounding from Sunday's round of 301 to post a two-day score of 588 to tie with Sewanee for second place. Texas-Tyler won the tournament with a score of 578. Rhodes finished in fourth with a score of 590, followed by Berry and Emory at 593.
Individually, senior Carson Riley (Hendersonville, Tenn.) was the low man for the Colonels in the tournament, tying for sixth place overall with a two-day score of 143, one under par. Riley shot 71 on Monday, rebounding from an early bogey to birdie three of his next four holes. Riley earned a place on the All-Tournament team and has two top ten finishes in as many tournaments this year.
Senior Dakota Jarman (Danville, Ky.) posted one of the lowest scores for any player on Monday, getting off to a good start with a birdie on his first hole and then finishing strong, going two under for the last four holes to finish at 69. Jarman had a two-day score of 144 and finished in eighth place.
Senior Andrew Horn (Franklin, Tenn.) was the third Centre player to finish under par on Monday, firing a score of 71. Horn bogeyed his first two holes but rebounded near the end of his round to shoot three under par for his final four holes.
The Centre men's golf team will be off for the next three weeks. The Colonels will return on Oct. 3 for the Royal Lakes Invitational hosted by Oglethorpe.