ORLANDO, Fla. – Newberry College was at 10-over par at Rio Pinar Country Club as they compete for the McDonough Cup.
The Wolves were ranked fourth out of 18 teams after 36 holes were played on day one.
Newberry was one-shot behind Georgia College and Flagler College. Rollins College led the way shooting even.
Spencer Skiff was leading the way for the Wolves shooting one-under on the day, which had him tied for sixth. Skiff was four shots behind leader Jakob Van de Flierdt. Harry Bolton was a couple shots back of Skiff at one-over.
Evan DeGrazia was tied for 23rd as she shot five-over on day one. Ben Thompson was at seven-over, and Luke Atack was 10-over for the day.
Newberry joins Wingate and Carson-Newman as the only South Atlantic Conference teams competing for the McDonough Cup. Play continued with the final 36 holes on Tuesday.
This release was provided by Newberry College.