Gents Golfers 15th After Day One at Squire Creek
Monday, October 18, 2004



RUSTON, La--The Centenary men’s golf team finished its first 36 holes in the Squire Creek Intercollegiate in 15th place on Monday afternoon. The tournament hosted by Louisiana Tech saw Texas-Arlington jump out to the early lead with a combined 11 over par 587 with Stephen F. Austin (+3) and Houston (+5) close behind.

 

Centenary shot 621 as a team on the opening day to find themselves 34 shots back of the leader. However, the Gents are only two shots back of 13th place as they look to surge into the top 10 on day two. Centenary improved on the second 18 holes by five strokes scoring a 308 after posting a 313 through the first round of play.

 

Brett Kaufman notched Centenary’s low round of the day with an even par 72 out of the gate. He finished with a team-leading 151 on the day to place 24th overall, three strokes better than Brian Grone’s 154 (79 & 75). Mackey Miles’ 159 (81 & 78), Ryan Oliver’s 162 (86 & 76), and David Viviano’s 163 (81 & 82) rounded out the Centenary participants.