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Bobcats in 11th after First Day at Kepler Intercollegiate

Ohio's Paul Grauer

April 14, 2012

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio Men’s Golf finished the first day of competition at the 2012 Robert Kepler Intercollegiate on Saturday. The Bobcats are currently in 11th place as a team through the first two rounds of play.

Ohio shot 625 as a team through the first day of competition, scoring a 308 in the first round and a 317 in the second.

Indiana and Ohio State are tied for the team lead after the first two rounds, shooting two-round scores of 599. SMU is not far behind, having shot 300-300 to end with a 600.

Paul Grauer (Dublin, Ohio) led the way for the Bobcats, shooting a 74 in the first round and a 77 in the second to end the day with a score of 151. He is currently tied for 13th place following the first day of action.

Byron Firestone (Canton, Ohio) and Bradley Lucas (Worthington, Ohio) found themselves in the middle of the pack, ending Saturday tied for 53rd and 62nd, respectively. Firestone shot 79-79 to end with a 158 while Lucas went 80-81 to end with a two-round score of 161.

Rounding out the day for the Bobcats were Andrew Mlynarski (St. Michaels, Md.) and Connor Coldwater (Clarks Summit, Pa.). Mlynarski improved four strokes from his first-round 80 to end with a total score of 164 and currently resides in a tie for 69th place. Coldwater shot a two-round score of 169 and is currently tied for 78th.

The Bobcats will begin the second day of competition at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate on Sunday morning.