PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – The Tennessee State men’s golf team fell to second on day two, but remain in the hunt at the 30th PGA Minority Collegiate Championship. The Tigers teamed to shoot a 20-over, 308, on Saturday and are 27-over, 603, heading to the final day of the three-day event.
Bethune-Cookman finished four strokes better than the Tigers on the day and is shooting a 17-over, 305, for the Championship.
Freshman Drew Owens is still in contention for the individual title after a 4-over, 75, on the day. Joel Rameriz of B-CU finished a stroke better on the round and holds a one stroke lead over Owens heading into the final round.
Jermey Fultz scored for the Tigers on Saturday with a 5-over, 77, and Todd McGill carded a 6-over, 78. The duo is tied for fifth, seven strokes back, at 8-over.
Sam Gatlin recorded the final scoring round for TSU, matching McGill, with a 78.
Rosario Falzone shot a non-scoring 83 on day two.
Owens tees off first for the Tigers at 7:30 a.m. ET and will be followed by Fultz, McGill, Gatlin and Falzone.
2 Drew Owens – 71-75=146
5 Todd McGill – 74-78=152
Jermey Fultz – 75-77=152
16 Rosario Falzone – 75-83=158
Sam Gatlin – 80-78=158
1. Bethune-Cookman University – 296-304=600
2. Tennessee State University – 295-308=603
3. Savannah State University – 314-318=632
4. University of Maryland - Eastern Shore – 317-326=643
5. North Carolina Central University – 331-314=645
6. Florida A&M University – 322-325=647
7. Chicago State University – 333-328=661