Griffin finishes runner-up; Hurricanes miss the cut

Sophomore J.P. Griffin fired a tournament-low 66 in the second round of the Aflac/Cougar Invitational at the Country Club of Columbus on Monday afternoon to finish the day in second place out of 75 golfers with a 2-under 140. The GSW team shot a two-round 605, finishing 12th out of 14 teams in its final match of the fall.

Host Columbus State led after Day 1 with a score of 576 (288-288). North Alabama and Valdosta State sat tied for second with a score of 577.

Daniel Stapff of Barry shot a pair of 69s to finish two strokes ahead of Griffin for the top individual performance.

Nate Gahman posted a 151 (73-78) for GSW. Craig Gibson, individual mediallist at the 2009 Aflac/Cougar Invite, shot a 154 (74-80). Rounding out the scoring for the 'Canes was Charles Pennington and Reese Moseley with scores of 164 (86-78) and 169 (82-87), respectively.

2010 AFLAC/COUGAR INVITATIONAL - TEAM SCORES

  Rd 1 Rd2 Total  
#11 Columbus State 288 288  576 +8
#4 North Alabama 288 289  577 +9
#24 Valdosta State  285 292  577  +9
Barry 291 287  578 +10
#19 Georgia College  288 291  579 +11 
#20 Lander 287  296  583  +15
#29 Delta State 295 288  583 +15
Queens U. of Charlotte 290 298  588 +20 
Missed Cut
Florida Southern 301 290  591  +23
#27 Flagler 304  292  596  +28
#36 Carson-Newman 298 304  602 +34
#40 Georgia Southwestern 303 302  605  +37
Clayton State 304 307  611  +43
Florida Tech 308 304 612 +44
         
# = D2 Golfstat ranking        

GSW SCORES

    Rd. 1 Rd. 2  Total   
2 J.P. Griffin 74 66 140 -2 
T48 Nate Gahman 73 78 151 +9 
T55 Craig Gibson 74 80 154 +12 
72 Charles Pennington 86 78 164 +22
75 Reese Moseley 82  87 169 +27

 

 

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