No. 1 Men's Golf Leads at Brickyard Crossing Intercollegiate

Adam Svensson stands alone at the top of the leaderboard, as do the Buccaneers, at the Brickyard Crossing Intercollegiate. NCAA Photo

INDIANAPOLIS -- Earlier in the day, Barry University men's golf coach Jimmy Stobs said he could hear the Indy cars racing around the nearby oval tracks. Naturally, there was plenty of noise. But on the track his team was confined to, it was loud for an entirely different reason.

"It's pretty neat to see how fast they go. Of course, now I am deaf," Stobs quipped.

The No. 1-ranked Buccaneers got off to a fast start themselves in the opening two rounds of the 17-team Brickyard Crossing Intercollegiate at Brickyard Crossing Golf Course, shooting 280-284 -- 564 on the 7,180-yard track. The Bucs 12-under 36-hole total leads the tournament, which concludes Tuesday. by five strokes over Central Missouri, which shot 569. Indianapolis Crimson is third at 8-over 584.

Barry sophomore Adam Svensson, who had a bogey-free opening round, shot 66-68 -- 134. His 10-under two-round total, which came in cool and breezy conditions, stands six strokes above teammate Jared Dalga and Central Missouri's Teddy Jones at the top of the leaderboard. Dalga shot 70-70 -- 140, and is tied with Jones, whose 72-68 -- 140 equaled the Bucs senior at 4-under.

Svensson has 12 birdies through the first two rounds.

Central Missouri's Travis Mays shot a 3-under 141, and is fourth. Lynn's Keith Greene is among a pack of four tied for fifth at 2-under 142.

Buccaneers senior Scott Smyers is tied for 14th, following his 1-over 145 first-day effort. He shot 73 in the opening round before settling for par in the second. Playing in his first collegiate event, freshman Mario Beltran shot 72-74 -- 146, and is tied for 15th. Senior Marcelo Huarte is tied for 23rd at 148 after shooting 72-76.

Final round action in the University of Indianapolis tournament begins with an 8:30 a.m. CST shotgun start.

 

Brickyard Crossing Intercollegiate
Dates: 09/16-09/17, 2013
Round: 2
Par-Yardage: 72-7,180

School Scores
1 Barry University 280 284 564 -12
2 Central Missouri 289 280 569 -7
3 Indianapolis Crimson 294 290 584 +8
4 Missouri-St. Louis 291 295 586 +10
5 Nova Southeastern U. 297 292 589 +13
6 CSU-Monterey Bay 295 295 590 +14
7 Lynn University 297 296 593 +17
8 Arkansas Tech Univ. 307 297 604 +28
9 Indianapolis, U. of 307 298 605 +29
St. Edward's U. 303 302 605 +29
UNC Pembroke 304 301 605 +29
12 Central Oklahoma 304 302 606 +30
Colorado-CO Springs 307 299 606 +30
14 Barton College 304 306 610 +34
15 Grand Valley St. U. 308 303 611 +35
16 Drury University 308 304 612 +36
17 Tiffin University 309 308 617 +41


Top 20 Players School Scores
1 Adam Svensson Barry U. 66 68 134
2 Teddy Jones Central Mo 72 68 140
Jared Dalga Barry U. 70 70 140
4 Travis Mays Central Mo 70 71 141
5 Keith Greene Lynn U. 74 68 142
Jacob Yocum UIndy B 72 70 142
Colby Yates MO-StLouis 69 73 142
*Landon Morgan Cent. Okl. 74 68 142
9 Nicolas Fonseca Barton 74 69 143
David Frank UIndy B 72 71 143
11 Cy Moritz Central Mo 74 70 144
Anton Rosen CSUMB 70 74 144
Alex Springer Central Mo 73 71 144
14 Scott Smyers Barry U. 73 72 145
15 Jose Andres Miranda Lynn U. 72 74 146
Brandon Hortt CSUMB 69 77 146
Joe Atkisson MO-StLouis 75 71 146
Anthony Cope MO-StLouis 74 72 146
Mario Beltran Barry U. 72 74 146
20 Andrew VanAelst UIndy 73 74 147
Mitch Farrer Nova SE 72 75 147
Robby Hughey Central Mo 75 72 147

23 Marcelo Huarte Barry U. 72 76 148

 

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