March 28, 2011
EATONTON, Ga. -
Stanford's men's golf team remains in third place at the Linger Longer Invitational being held at the Great Waters Golf Course at Reynolds Plantation after the Cardinal shot a second round team score of 286 on Monday.
Stanford's second round score, which was a three stroke improvement from yesterday's 289, leaves the Cardinal at 575 (-1) for 36 holes of the tournament, 13 strokes behind leader Alabama (562; -14).
The Crimson Tide blistered the par-72, 7,073 Great Waters Course on Monday, carding a second round team score of 278 (-10) and lead second place Tennessee-Chattanooga (573; -3) by 11 shots heading into Tuesday's final round.
Georgia is in fourth place at 580 (+4) followed by Florida State at 584 (+8).
Sophomore Andrew Yun is tied for fourth at 139 (-5) after a four-under round of 68 on Monday. Yun was even on his round through his first nine holes but collected birdies on holes No. 12, 14, 15 and 18 for a backside score of 32.
He is eight strokes behind 36-hole leader Cory Whitsett of Alabama, who is at 132 (-12) after rounds of 64 and 68. Defending champion Bud Cauley of Alabama is in second place at 137 (-7).
Steve Ziegler remained tied for 17th place after a second consecutive 73.
Steven Kearney is tied for 19th at 147 (+3) after a 75 on Monday.
Freshman Cameron Wilson made a strong move up the leaderboard on Tuesday, jumping fron 46th to 21st place after a second round 71. Wilson is four-over for the tournament at 148.
Senior Graham Brockington, playing as an individual, is tied for 28th at 149 (+5).
Junior David Chung slipped back to 52nd place following a second round 81 left him +9 for the tournament at 153.
The Linger Longer Invitational concludes with teams playing 18 holes on Tuesday.