Gents Cut One Stroke off Overall Score
Monday, September 24, 2007

LAKE CHARLES, La. – The Centenary men’s golf team cut one stroke off its overall score on Monday, but still remains 44 strokes behind the new leader, Central Arkansas at the Moe O’Brien Intercollegiate, hosted by McNeese State. Individually, sophomore Tyler Williams is the top golfer for the Gents as he is shooting a +9 (76-77, 153) overall.


Just two strokes behind Williams is sophomore Nick Faitz, who is +11 (76-77, 155), and in a tie for 13th place. Sophomore John Hogan shot an 80 both days and is at +16, while freshmen Ryan Sparks and Diego Martin-Perez round out the Centenary contingency at 19th and 21st. Sparks is 17 over, but cut seven strokes off his first round (84-77, 161) and Martin-Perez is slightly above his first round (82-85, 167).


Central Arkansas leads overall at +7, while McNeese State is 11 over par. In third place is Nicholls State, who is 30 over par, and in fourth place is Centenary, who is +51.


The tournament will conclude on Tuesday morning.