LOS CABOS, Mexico. (Seminoles.com) – Returning senior All-American Rowin Caron continued his steady ways in round two of the Querencia Cabo Collegiate, shooting a 1-under 70 as No. 3 Florida State Men’s Golf is tied for sixth in the competitive tournament.
Through two rounds the Seminoles are 1-over after shooting one stroke higher at 285 (+1) on Monday. Despite Caron also adding a stroke compared to his first-round score, the Netherlands native is tied for ninth individually and one of just 19 student-athletes shooting under par in the field.
Georgia leads the field at 19-under (549), followed by USF (-11), Stanford (-4), Baylor (-4) and California (-2) in fifth. FSU is tied with Vanderbilt at 1-over.
A few Seminoles improved upon their first-round scores, especially junior Josh Lee. The Orange Park, Fla., native shaved six strokes off his first round by shooting a 1-under 70 to total 4-over so far. With a shotgun start to Monday’s round, Lee began his day with a birdie on the ninth hole that was a par 5 and 595 yards.
Senior All-American Hank Lebioda also shot a 1-under 70 on Monday, adding five birdies. He is tied for the lead among all individual participants with 10 birdies through his first two rounds.
Redshirt junior Cristobal Del Solar is tied for 20th at even-par after shooting a 4-over 75. He led FSU with a 4-under 67 in the first round on Sunday.
Redshirt sophomore Harry Ellis ended his second round carding an 80.
FSU finishes the tournament teeing off at 10 a.m. ET/8 a.m. CT. The Seminoles will look to complete another Top-5 finish in the field.