Lundgren tied for first as Brevard sits in a tie for second at Tennessee River RumbleApril 4, 2016
LOUNDON, Tenn. – Brevard College’s men’s golf team is riding the momentum from its first victory of the season, coming on Saturday in the Etowah Spring Challenge, as the Tornados currently sit in a tie for second after the first day of the Tennessee River Rumble.
All four of Brevard’s qualified scores, the top four results, rank in the top 20 of the field, led by Oskar Lundgren who ended the opening round in a tie for first place with a one under score of 71. Sebastian Strehl ended the round in a tie for eighth with a 76 score, one stroke ahead of teammate Luis Vega who sits in a tie for 11th place. Paul Calac, the reigning champion of the Etowah Spring Challenge, posted a 78 score to place himself in a tie for 14th place heading into the second day of competition. Craig Stephen rounded out the Tornados’ lineup with an 81 outing.
With the 302 team score, Brevard is in the hunt for the top finish in a field filled with South Atlantic Conference foes. Carson-Newman leads the pack with a 300 score, followed by Brevard and Wingate. Lincoln Memorial (304), Anderson (318), Lenoir-Rhyne (318) Mars Hill (327) and Catawba College (342) are all also in attendance while Lincoln Memorial brought its ‘B’ team to compete.
Day two of Brevard’s final event before the South Atlantic Conference Championship will take place tomorrow.
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