Anderson, SC – Southern Wesleyan is sitting in third place as a team after the first round of the Anderson Invitational.
Round One: 303
How It Happened
Southern Wesleyan kicked off the Anderson Invitational with two Warriors sitting in the top ten. Eric Shea led the Warriors with a 73 in his first round to put him in a tie for second place. Shea was followed by Thomas Nielsen. Nielsen finished the first round with a 75 to put him in a tie for sixth place.
Noah Mullens followed in a tie for 14th place with a first round score of 77. He was followed closely by Seve Anfindsen with a 78th to put him in a tie for 19th place. Mullens and Anfindsen were followed by Ty Campbell. Campbell finished the first round with an 81 to put him in a tie for 23rd.
The Warriors will continue in the Anderson Invitational on September 11. They will then travel to Kiawah Island, South Carolina as they take part in the Kiawah Invitational on September 17 and 18.