BEALLSVILLE, Md. - The Miami University men's golf team is in 11th place after two rounds of the Georgetown Intercollegiate on Monday. The RedHawks shot a team round of 297 in the morning and a round of 299 in the afternoon to finish the day at 28-over par. Toledo leads the tournament at seven-over par.
Austin Kelly was Miami's top individual finisher on the day. He shot a round of three-over par 74 in the morning and improved with a two-over par 73 in the afternoon. The 73 was the low round for any RedHawk Monday. Kelly is tied for 21st at five-over par.
After shooting two rounds of 74, Mark MacDonald is right behind Kelly at six-over par and in a tie for 29th. With rounds of 75 and 74, Brett Tomfohrde is tied for 32nd at seven-over par. Ben Peacock is tied for 52nd at 12-over par, while Daniel Schwarz is tied for 59th at 14-over par.
"Today was very inconsistant for us," said head coach Zac Zedrick. "It was more of the same, really. There was lots of good golf, but a couple of short stretches that are the difference between us being in contention and where we are right now. I'm very optimistic that tomorrow will be different. We are not far off and I have all the confidence in the world in these guys."
The Georgetown Intercollegiate concludes with one final round of 18 holes on Tuesday.