Toledo, Ohio – Christ Lamprecht He opened 4-under 67 and holds a four-shot lead in the medal race. No. 6 Georgia Tech holds a two-shot lead after darkness halted round two at his intercollegiate in Inverness Monday night.
After weather delayed play earlier in the day, the 16 teams each have two or three to play in the second round of the 36-hole day when the horn sounds to stop play at 7:10 pm on Monday. One hole remained. Round 2 resumes at 8:45 am on Tuesday, followed shortly thereafter by the final round with a shotgun start. ESPN+ will offer live streaming coverage.
The Yellow Jackets led Texas Tech by one stroke after Round 1, who posted 3-over par in 287 rounds. Allowing the Jackets a two-stroke lead when play was suspended.
The junior from George, South Africa, Lamprecht will be in play on Tuesday as he seeks his first college win at 23 years old.rd career start.
Round 1 Recap – Christ Lamprecht led the way to the Yellow Jackets on a 4-under par 67 on his first trip on the 7,265-yard, par-71 layout, bogeying just one hole to five birdies and finishing in the final. I was actually second. of the round. Connor Howe recorded his 2-under 69 and in his first 10 holes he had four birdies before returning two to tie for fifth.
Freshman Hiroshi Tai hit a 3-over 74 and Benjamin Reuter added a 6-over 77 to give the Yellow Jackets a count score of 287 in a 2-over par round.
Summary of Round 2 – Lamprecht continued his brilliant play in a 5-under-par round with two holes to go, extending his individual lead to four shots. Ty and Aidan Kramer each had par pars this round, but Reuter was 4 over par. Tai tied on 15th Place them separately.
team leaderboard – No. 6 Georgia Tech was 1-under par in Round 2 after posting a 3-over par 287 in Monday’s opener, giving it a two-stroke lead over No. 8 Texas Tech, which was 4-over par. both in the morning and in the afternoon.
No. 4 Oklahoma is 6-over-par for third, followed by Ohio (+11) and East Tenness (+13), followed by No. 20 Notre Dame and Louisville (both +17).
individual leaderboards – Lamprecht is 9-under par in 34 holes, four shots ahead of Ohio State’s Maxwell Moldovan (-5). Texas Tech’s Callum Scott (-4), East Tennessee’s Mats Edge (-3) and Oklahoma’s Jake Holbrook (even) round out the top five.
Christo Lamprecht is leading by four strokes with two holes to play in Round 2. The final round will begin after Round 2 concludes on Tuesday morning. (Photo by Stacey McBride)
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