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Men's Golf Completes Day One At Marshall Invitational

Junior Andrew Mlynarski, competing as an individual, shot a one-under par 70 in round two.

Sept. 10, 2013


HUNTINGTON, W. Va. - The Ohio University men's golf team finished two of three rounds today at the 44th Annual Marshall Invitational and sits tied for 12th with Northern Kentucky, having posted a team score of 596 (296-300, +28).

The Bobcats were in 7th place after a strong 10-over par 296 to start the day, but fell to a 12th after a second round combined score of 300.

The top three teams after day one all shot under par. Richmond leads the pack with a combined 564 (-4). Cincinnati shot a 566 (-2), good for second place.

Junior Andrew Mlynarski (St. Michaels, Md.), competing as an individual, shot the low score for Ohio. Mlynarski carded a 142 (+2) including a second round, one-under par 70.

Freshman Peyton White (Huntersville, N.C.) and senior Phil Gieseker (Saline, Mich.) posted solid 36-hole scores of 148 (+6), good for a 48th place tie. Freshman Ty Herriott (Brandywine, Md.) came out of the gate hot, firing a first round score of 71. Herriot cooled off and shot a 78 in round two to end with a 149 (+7).

Senior Bradley Lucas (Worthington, Ohio) posted a score of 151 (74-77), while Michael Engelman rounded out the team's scoring having shot 76-76 to end the day at 152 (+10).

Ohio was the only team in the field to have multiple players record an eagle, as Gieseker, Herriott and White all posted a two-under par hole.

The third and final round of the Marshall Invitational will begin Tuesday morning. Check back in the afternoon on OhioBobcats.com for a final recap from Huntington.