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GOLF | Gaels in 12th After Second Round at NCAA Regionals

May 15, 2018

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KISSIMMEE, Fla. — On a warmer day that did not see a weather delay until later in the round, Saint Mary’s golf turned in a 4-over 292 to sit in 12th place at 5-over par heading into Wednesday’s final round of the NCAA Regionals at Reunion Resort - Watson Course.

For live scores and statistics, followers can view all the information here via Golfstat. Final round tee times will also be accessible on Golfstat.

No. 8 Florida shot a field best 13-under par and sits atop the leaderboard at 25-under. Regional hosts Central Florida holds solo second at 20-under par after shooting 8-under in the second round. No. 29 Kent State (-16) and No. 20 South Florida (-13) are third and fourth in the 14-team field.

No. 5 Vanderbilt, No. 17 North Carolina and No. 44 Colorado State are tied for fifth at 11-under par. No. 32 Arizona (-5), No. 41 Purdue (-3) and Coastal Carolina (+2) round out the top-10 of the leaderboard.


  • Due to a new rule that allows substitutions during the NCAA Regionals and Championships, Mikey Slesinski got the chance to compete in his first NCAA tournament. The redshirt freshman carded two impressive eagles on holes 1 and 14 during his even-par round. 
  • Senior Pavan Sagoo also shot even-par on the day, making birdies on holes 1 and 8 to remain at 1-over for the tournament.
  • Perry Cohen sits at even-par over the two days after shooting a second round 74. The senior carded birdies on 1, 6, 8 and 14. 
  • Connor Blick is 2-over over and converted four birdies (holes 6, 8, 14 and 16) during the round. 
  • After a slow start, Blake Hathcoat rebounded with three birdies in a four hole stretch during his front nine, as he shot a second round 75. 
  • With his two eagles today, Slesinski leads the field in eagles made. 
  • Cohen is tied for second for most birdies made (10). 
  • Sagoo is tied-third in the tournament for most pars made (26). 
  • The par 4 4th has been the most difficult scoring hole in the tournament, averaging almost half a stroke more. 



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