templates/ArticleTopCenter.tmpl ULM Men Drop to 12th After Second Round at Western Kentucky - ULM Warhawks Athletics
Stewart Shelby State Farm
Trinity Ad
Article Image
Adam McCleary
Courtesy: ulmwarhawks.com
ULM Men Drop to 12th After Second Round at Western Kentucky
Courtesy: ulmwarhawks.com
Release: October 15, 2012
Print RSS
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. - The ULM men's golf team dropped to 12th place in the field of 12 teams at the inaugural Kenny Perry Invitational held at Western Kentucky. The Warhawks posted a 326 Monday afternoon to total 657 through the first two days (331-326). Meanwhile, Jacksonville State maintained its lead after shooting 309 to total 614 through 54 holes (305-309).

Senior Adam McCleary, sophomore Mason Seaborn, and redshirt freshman Greg Smail all recorded an 81 to tie for the team low on the day. McCleary sits tied-for-21st and remains the low Warhawk (80-81--161). Scores were much lower on average Monday as 28 of the 60 participants recorded scores below 80. Jacksonville State's Franco Grillo leads with a 36-hole total of 145 (72-73). Akron's Charlie Bull recorded the tournament's first sub-par score (70) to move into second place with a 148 (78-77).

Tee times were rearranged to accommodate teams' travel plans. As a result, ULM will tee off Tuesday's final round starting at 8:00 a.m. on the first hole in a staggered start, grouped with Troy and Charleston Southern.

ULM's Totals Through 36 Holes
Adam McCleary   80-81--161 (T21)
Greg Smail   83-81--164 (T29)
Mason Seaborn   84-81--165 (T37)
Alex Malmay   84-83--167 (T41)
Adam Monsen 101-86--187 (60)

ULM 331-326--657 (12th)