EAST LANSING, Mich. - After two rounds at the fifth-annual Michigan State-hosted Colleton River Collegiate, Michigan State men’s golf is in second place with a 16-over 592 (293-299).
After being in third place much of the day, MSU made one more push to move into second, just two shots back of UAB which finished with a 14-over 590 (292-298). Cincinnati was third after the first day with an 18-over 594 (297-297). Rutgers finished out the top four with a 21-over (597).
Junior Michael Sharp was the top Spartan finisher after the first two rounds, finishing tied for fourth with a 1-over 145. Sharp finished the first round with a 73 and ended with second round 72. Sharp was one of the most consistent Spartan, finishing the day tied for second with 27 pars.
Freshman Kaleb Johnson got things started for the Spartans with a season-low first-round 69. Johnson is currently tied for ninth after two rounds with a 4-over 148 (69-69). Senior Charlie Netzel is currently tied for 12th with a two-round score of 149 (73-76). Netzel had the most birdies for the Spartans with eight, which was tied for first amongst the field.
Redshirt junior Charlie Green was also solid for Michigan State, finishing the day tied for 19th with a 7-over 151. After a first-round 78, he recovered for a second round 73. Green had the only eagle on the day for Michigan State. Freshman Austin Jenner is tied for 56th with a 14-over 158 (80-78).
Playing as an individual, redshirt freshman Scott Dunsire is tied for 56th with 13-over 157 (79-78). Sophomore Dylan Deogun, seeing his first action of the spring, also played as an individual. He is 70th with a 21-over 165 (84-81).
The Spartans will conclude the Colleton River Collegiate on Tuesday, March 7. Michigan State will tee off round three at9:10 p.m. on Tuesday.