Tenn. (AStateRedWolves.com) – The Arkansas State men's golf team put together its
rounds this spring to begin play at the Memphis Intercollegiate, ending
the two-day tournament's first 36 holes Monday with a combined 589 to
place it tied for third among 15 teams.
Red Wolves stood tied for fourth after recording an opening-round 295
at the Colonial Country
Club, and then cut one stroke off that total in the following round to
climb one place in the standings. A-State is currently tied with
Cincinnati and just two strokes behind second-place South Alabama, while
Memphis leads the field with a 576.
Red Wolves have three players among the top-20 individual leaders,
including Easton Key,
Seth Garner and Chance Holden. Key is tied for second after posting a
combined 142, which leaves him just two strokes behind leader Cory
Gaylord of Memphis. He began play with a 72 and followed with a 70 that
was the lowest single-round score of the day by
an A-State player.
Key, Garner is tied for fifth with a 145 (71-74) and Holden tied for
17th with a 148
(75-73). Garner's first-round 71 matched his lowest score of the
season. Also competing for the Red Wolves, Sean Brock is tied for 40th
place with a 154 (77-77), Christian Helmbold tied for 50th with a 156
(79-77) and Matthew Loiacano tied for 61st with a
The Memphis Intercollegiate' s third and final round will be played Tuesday.