Wilmington Golf Sits in Third After Two Rounds at Dennis Rose Intercollegiate in Hawaii
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 - Waikoloa, Hawaii
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Freshman Sam Clark is continuing his strong play towards the end of the fall, as he has his Wilmington University golf team sitting in third place after two rounds at the Dennis Rose Intercollegiate at Waikoloa Kings’ Course at the edge of paradise on the Island of Hawai’i.
Clark (Hampstead, Md./North Carroll) fired a first round 70 (-2) before coming back with a 71 (-1) in the afternoon to sit in a tie for third place with a 141 (-3) after the first day on Monday.
Senior Andrew Baldo also shot a 70 (-2) in the first round, but fell to a tie for 15th overall with a 78 (+6) in the second round on Monday. Baldo is tied with Senior Jerry Temple who fired a 75 (+3) in the morning before coming back and shooting a 73 (+1) in the afternoon to finish at 148 (+4) on the day.
Sophomore Andreas Lunding is directly behind the pair of seniors with a 149 (+5) for the day, shooting a 75 (+3) and a 74 (+2) to sit in a tie for 21st overall while also rounding out the Wilmington scoring for the tournament.
The Wildcats were sitting in second place after the first round, putting together one of their best rounds of the fall with a 290 before coming back with a 296 in the afternoon to finish with a 586 (+10) for the day.
Matt DiEleuterio also competed for the Wildcats and is currently in a tie for 48th overall after an 83 (+11) first round and a 78 (+6) second round.
Playing as individuals senior Tomasz Pulsakowski and freshman Freddy Braun are tied in 25th overall after both firing a 151 on Monday. Pulsakowski went with a 75 (+3) on the first round before coming back with a 76 (+4) while Braun went the opposite with a 76 (+4) in the first round and coming back with a 75 (+3) in the second round. Freshman Jun Ahn is also competing as an individual for the Wildcats and he is currently in a tie for 52nd overall after an opening round 87 (+15) and a second round score of 77 (+5).
Host Hawaii-Hilo leads the tournament after the first day and is currently the only team under par through the first two rounds. The Vulcans shot a 280 and a 283 on Monday, finishing with a 563 (-13). They lead by 15 strokes over CSU-Stanislaus who shot a 293 and a 285 to finish with a (+2). Wilmington is in third after a 290 and a 296, finishing with a 586 (+10).
The third and final round will conclude on Tuesday morning.