Lundgren a stroke under par through 18 holes in BristolSeptember 28, 2015
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Oskar Lundgren’s first-round 69 led the Tornados to a seventh-place position on the leaderboard after 18 holes at the King University Invitational.
Lundgren became the second Brevard player to shoot under par for a round this season with a one-under 69 that left him one stroke back of a three-way tie for the lead. He joins Trym Falch, who was also a shot under par in the first round of last week’s Etowah Intercollegiate, as the Tornados who have shot below par in a round this season.
Craig Stephen was not far behind Lundgren, finishing four over par with a first-round 74 to tie for 20th place. Falch shot a 77 through 18 holes, with Sebastian Strehl and Steffen Heckele finishing at 80 and 83 strokes, respectively.
As a team, the Tornados sit at seventh in the standings. Barton leads the way at even par as a team, with all four scorers completing their rounds within two strokes of each other. The Bulldogs have a seven-stroke lead on North Greenville, while host King sits two shots further back. The Tornados are the only representative of the South Atlantic Conference in Bristol.
Tournament play wraps up with 18 holes on Tuesday.