Norrman Ties Career Low On First Day At UNG Fall Invitational

DAHLONEGA, Ga. -- Georgia Southwestern men's golfer Vincent Norrman shot an opening round 3-under par 69 to tie his career low and followed with a 70 in the second round on Monday to lead the Hurricanes on Day 1 at the 13-team, 76-player UNG Fall Invitational held at Achasta Golf Club. GSW closed out the day tied for 8th place with Norrman (139) tied for 2nd on the individual leaderboard, just one stroke behind leader Joseph Jarrard of North Georgia.

The Hurricanes posted a 296 as a team in the morning and improved with a 293 in the afternoon (589) on the par 72, 6,967-yard course to finish the day 17 strokes behind leader Lander University (572).

Host North Georgia currently sits in second place (576), followed by Lee University (577), Newberry College (579) and Young Harris (580).

Nix Duncan (75-76), Ryan Cahill (74-77) and Wil Hernandez (81-70) are all tied for 36th after each carded a 7-over 151, while Oly Brown turned in an 11-over 155 (78-77) to tie for 56th.

Tomorrow's third and final round will start at 9 a.m. in shotgun format.

For more updates on the GSW golf team follow them on Twitter at @GSW_GOLF.

 

UNG FALL INVITATIONAL- TEAM SCORES

 

Teams

Rd. 1

Rd. 2

Rd. 3

Total

+/-

1

Lander

292

280

 

572

-4

2

North Georgia

289

287

 

576

E

3

Lee University

289

288

 

577

+1

4

Newberry College

287

292

 

579

+3

5

Young Harris

288

292

 

580

+4

6

Carson-Newman

287

299

 

586

+10

7

West Georgia

298

289

 

587

+11

8

GSW

296

293

 

589

+13

 

Clayton State

294

295

 

589

+13

10

Montevallo

305

295

 

600

+24

 

Georgia College

310

290

 

600

+24

12

Flagler College

302

3000

 

602

+26

13

Shorter University

311

309

 

620

+44

 

GSW SCORES

Place

 

Rd. 1

Rd. 2

Rd. 3

Total

+/-

T2

Vincent Norrman

69

70

 

139

-5

T36

Nix Duncan

75

76

 

151

+7

T36

Ryan Cahill

74

77

 

151

+7

T36

Wil Hernandez

81

70

 

151

+7

T56

Oly Brown

78

77

 

155

+11