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Men’s Golf in Eighth Place after Two Rounds
April 18, 1998


The Florida State men’s golf team is in eighth place after two rounds of the ACC Championships at the Old North State Club in New London, NC. The Seminole team score of 580 is two strokes behind Duke University and only six strokes out of fourth place.

Mark Monroe continues to lead the Seminoles after posting a 70 in today’s round. Monroe is tied for 16th with a two-day total of 142. George McNeill rebounded from a 75 in the first round with two-under round of 70 to end the day tied for 22nd. Barry Dyche carded a 73 on Saturday to stand tied for 27th with a score of 148. Jason Pool and Nathan Bertsch rounded out the scoring for the Seminoles with rounds of 77 and 73, respectively. Pool is tied for 33rd, while Bertsch is tied for 39th.

North Carolina State leads the tournament after a total of 282 in the second round. Clemson University is two strokes back. Charles Warren of Clemson is in the lead by two strokes after back-to-back rounds of 68.

The final round of the ACC Championships will take place tomorrow morning at the Old North State Club.

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