Morganton, NC – Southern Wesleyan is sitting in third after the first two rounds of play in Donald Ross Intercollegiate on Monday.
Round One: 284
Round Two: 287
How It Happened
Eric Shea led the Warriors in the first two rounds in the Donald Ross Intercollegiate. Shea shot a 68 to open up the tournament and then a 70 in the second round to give him a 138 total and put him in a tie for second place. Right on his heels was junior Ty Campbell with a 139 total after the first two rounds. Campbell shot a 71 in the first round and 68 in the second to put him in a tie of seventh place.
Shea and Campbell were followed by sophomore Noah Mullens. Mullens shot back-to-back 73 in the first two rounds to give him a 146 total round and put him in a tie for 27th place. He was followed by Seve Anfindsen in a tie for 38th place. Anfindsen shot a 72 and 76 to give him a 148 total round score. Freshman Dominic Ramsey wrapped up the field for the Warriors, shooting a 76 and 77 to give him a 153 total after the first two rounds and putting him in a tie of 64th.
The Warriors will conclude their fall non-Championship season tomorrow as they finish up the Donald Ross Intercollegiate.