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Cyclone men's golf tied for lead after second day at Stockton Regional
16 May 2018, 10:10 | Erica Roy
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The teams which were unable to complete their first rounds will resume at 8:00 a.m. Farmingdale State will play with #2 Huntingdon, #9 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and defending National Champion Whittenberg.
For the second day in a row, OU junior Blaine Hale led the Sooners, and all others in the regional tournament, with a three-under score of 69. Top-seeded Oklahoma shot five-under, giving themselves a five-stroke cushion over Auburn, Arkansas, and North Florida at even par. Clemson shot the best round of the tournament at 276 (-12).
Korte, a first-team All-Summit League selection is competing as an individual and can move on to the NCAA Championship in Stillwater, Okla. if he finishes with the lowest score of a player on a non-advancing team.
The Michigan State men's golf team shot a 19-over-par 303 in the opening round of the NCAA Columbus Regional on Monday at the OSU Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio.
The Cyclones will tee off in third round action tomorrow with a berth in the NCAA Championships on the line.
Sophomore Jamie Li, a fellow Englishmen, improved by three strokes in the second round with an even-par 72.
Senior Jonathan Hardee and junior Davis Riley join Furr as the trio rank among the top-20 individuals after 36 holes. He is tied for second in both Par 3 scoring (3.00 avg./E Sc.) and Par 4 scoring (3.80 Avg./-2 Sc.) while also ranking in a tie for fourth in the field in birdies with four and second on the leaderboard in pars with 13.
Top Novartis lawyer steps down over Michael Cohen payments
Ehrat will be replaced starting from June 1 by Shannon Thyme Klinger, who is now Novartis's ethics, risk and compliance officer. He said the company continued to pay him because it feared litigation over a premature termination of the agreement.
Dixon High School Shooting in IL
A Dixon High School student was shot after bringing a gun to the school Wednesday morning, according to a report. The press conference was streamed on Facebook by WQAD-TV. "All staff and students are safe, no injuries".