CAMDEN, S.C. -- The South Atlantic Conference continued their 2019 Men's Golf Championships on Monday (Apr. 15), as Queens (N.C.) surged from seven strokes back with a day two best score of 288.
The Royals (+16) currently trail Newberry (+13) by just three shots heading into Tuesday's final round. The Wolves continue to lead the championships, after they shot 295 on Monday, tied for the second lowest score of the second day.
Coker currently sits in third place (+26), dropping one spot from their position yesterday with a combined 302. Lenoir Rhyne (+33) moved up a spot, shooting 295, and Lincoln Memorial (+37) dropped a spot to fifth overall with a total of 306.
Newberry holds the top two spots individually with Harry Bolton (-1) leading the field. Bolton shot a round two score of 73, while teammate Adrian Villiger (E) tied for second place overall after his second round 72. Lenoir-Rhyne's Dawson Walker is tied with Villiger after his 72 left him even on the day as well.
Jonathan Noble (Queens), and Haydon Norwood (Coker) were the round two leaders, with each shooting 70 on Monday.
The South Atlantic Conference Men's Golf Championships will conclude on Tuesday (Apr. 16), with the first groups teeing off at 8:30 a.m.