COLUMBUS, Ohio – Facing a challenging field that featured six teams ranked in the top 50 nationally, the Miami University golf team is 15th after two rounds of the Robert Kepler Invitational on Saturday. The RedHawks shot rounds of 308 in the morning and 309 in the afternoon for a team score of 49-over par. Georgia Tech, the fifth-ranked team in the country, leads the event at four-over par.

Senior Mark MacDonald had the best day among the Miami golfers. He shot a round of 76 in the morning and followed that up with a four-over par 75 in the afternoon for a two round score of nine-over par. He is tied for 45th place. Junior Scott Cahill and sophomore Jack Sparling are not far behind him, each are tied for 58th at 11-over par. Cahill shot a round of 75 in the afternoon, tying for low round for the ‘Hawks.

Sophomore Bud Radis and junior Brantley Kushner round out the RedHawks at 20-over par each. They are tied for 77th. Freshman Greg Conrad is playing as an individual this week and is tied for 64th at 12-over par.

The Robert Kepler Invitational concludes with one final round of 18 holes on Sunday.