Mountain Hawks sit in fourth place after 36 holes at Bucknell
BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh opened up its fall season on Friday at the Bucknell Invitational on the par-70 Bucknell Golf Course. Senior Tim Rosenhouse shot an opening roung 68 as the Mountain Hawks held the 18 hole lead, but Lehigh followed a first round 282 with a second round 297 to sit in fourth place after 36 holes of play with a score of 579.
Rosenhouse continues to lead the Mountain Hawks as he followed his 68, which tied for the first round lead, with a 72 in round two as he sits in a tie for fourth place at 140, two shots off the lead.
Others who competed for the Mountain Hawks in Lewisburg include sophomore Andrew Arnold, who is tied for 15th place at 144 (70, 74); freshman Zach Allinson, who sits in a tie for 20th in his first college tournament at 146 (71, 75); sophomore Alex DiClemente who shot 149 (73, 76) and is tied for 33rd; and senior Doug Marcincin, who shot 159 (81, 78) and sits in a tie for 64th place.
In the team race, the Patriot League is well represented across the leaderboard. Lafayette shot back-to-back 287s to take the 36-hole lead at 574. Longwood is in second place, two shots behind, followed by Navy at 578 and the Mountain Hawks at 579. Army and Bucknell are tied for fifth place two shots behind the Mountain Hawks.
Individually, Army’s Anthony Kim shot two rounds of 69 to lead the way with a 138. Lafayette’s Carter Rufe and Longwood’s Austin Gray are one shot back, while Rosenhouse and Navy’s Peter Reilly are two strokes back.
The 13-team Bucknell Invitational wraps-up Saturday morning with the final 18 holes.