Men's Golf

Buckeyes Tied for Fifth after Day One of Seminole Intercollegiate

Michael Bernard
Michael Bernard

March 15, 2013

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Ohio State men’s golf team finished the first day of the Seminole Intercollegiate Friday with a 1-under 287 and are tied for fifth on the par 72, 7,172-yard Southwood Country Club in Tallahassee, Fla.

Host Florida State leads the field of 11 teams with an 11-under 277. Chase Koepka of USF is first among all student-athletes with a 7-under 65.

Freshman Michael Bernard led the Buckeyes on day one and finished tied for ninth with 2-under 70, carding five birdies overall. Bernard’s 18-hole score tied a career low for the Huber Heights, Ohio, product.

Sophomores Grant Weaver and Boo Timko concluded the day with solid scores, finishing with a 1-under 71 and an even 72, respectively. Weaver is tied for 13th overall, while Timko is tied for 26th. Freshman Max Rosenthal is tied for 39th with a 74 and senior Matt Turner is tied for 55th with a 77.

Three Buckeyes in freshman Tee-k Kelly and sophomores Logan Jones and Trey Sullivan are competing as individuals for Ohio State. Kelly finished the day tied for 34th with a 1-over 73, while Jones carded a 76 and Sullivan finished with an 85.

Round two kicks off Saturday with tee times beginning at 8:20 p.m. ET.

Seminole Intercollegiate – Day One
Southwood Country Club
Par 72, 7,172 yards 

Team Standings
1. Florida State – 277 (-11)
2. Mississippi State – 278 (-10)
3. Coastal Carolina – 280 (-8)
4. South Florida – 282 (-6)
T5. Ohio State – 287 (-1)
T5. North Carolina – 287 (-1)
7. East Carolina – 288 (E)
8. Troy – 290 (+2)
9. Mercer – 291 (+3)
10. Boston College – 300 (+12)
11. Cincinnati – 306 (+18) 


 

 

Ohio State Standings
T9. Michael Bernard – 70 (-2)
T13. Grant Weaver – 71 (-1)
T26. Boo Timko – 72 (E)
T34. Tee-k Kelly (I) – 73 (+1)
T39. Max Rosenthal – 74 (+2)
T52. Logan Jones – 76 (+4)
T55. Matt Turner – 77 (+5)
65. Trey Sullivan – 85 (+13)

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