Men's Golf Finishes Tied For Second At Bobcat Invitational

Men's Golf Finishes Tied For Second At Bobcat Invitational
Daniel Stapff posted a 214 to lead the Bucs. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
EATONTON, Ga.—The tenth-ranked Barry University men’s golf team posted an 855 (286-282-287) to finish tied for second of 17 teams at the Bobcat Invitational on Tuesday evening. West Florida tied the Bucs in second while conference-rival Lynn posted an 854 (287-281-286) to win.
Georgia College finished fourth with an 860 (286-286-288) while Armstrong Atlantic rounded out the top-five with an 863 (294-277-292).
Daniel Stapff led the way for Barry. Stapff finished 12th with a 214 (72-68-74).
Marcus Segerstrom (70-73-72) and Chris Carlin (74-72-69) each finished a stroke shy of Stapff with a 215. They ties for 13th.
Guillermo Pumarol and Marcelo Huarte rounded out the Buccaneer five. Pumarol fired a 217 (70-75-72) to tie for 20th while Huarte shot a 281 (74-69-75) to tie for 26th.
The Bucs return to action on April 4 when they host the Buccaneer Invitational at the Normandy Shores Golf Course in Miami Beach, Florida.
 Men's Golf In Second After Two Rounds At Bobcat Invitational

EATONTON, Ga.—The tenth-ranked Barry men’s golf team posted an eight-over 568 after two rounds of the Bobcat Invitational and are a mere one shot off first place in second out of 17 teams.

Daniel Stapff is tied for fifth overall with an even par 140 (72-68). Marcus Segerstrom went three-over with a 70-73 and Marcelo Huarte also posted a three-over score of 143. Both Segerstrom and Huarte are tied for 15th place.

Guillermo Pumarol tallied a first round score of an even par 70 then posted a five-over 75 in his second round as the fourth and final score in the Barry total. Chris Carlin is only six over but was ousted from the Barry total as Barry’s highest score.

Four other Sunshine State Conference schools are also participating in the Bobcat Invitational. Lynn is tied with Barry, Nova is tied for fifth and five strokes off the lead, Rollins is in 13th place and defending national champions Florida Southern is 34 strokes off the lead and in 15th.

Barry finishes play tomorrow with the final round beginning at 9:10 a.m.