Tech Golf Leads by Two after 36 Holes at Morris Williams Intercollegiate

Austin, TX – The second-ranked Georgia Tech men’s golf team holds a one-shot lead after 36 holes at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate. The two-day 54-hole event is being held at the 6,906-yard, par-72 Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas.

The Yellow Jackets jumped out to a seven-shot lead after the day’s first 18 holes and then struggled in the second round to find themselves at 3-under-par after 36 holes. Tech finished with a two-round score of 281-292=573. The score gives the Jackets a one-shot lead over Oklahoma State entering Tuesday’s final round.

Leading the Tech individuals is senior Bryce Molder, who leads the tournament after 36 holes with a score of 9-under-par 67-68=135. Molder has a two-stroke lead entering the final round of play. Joining Molder in the top 10 is junior Kris Mikkelsen, who is part of a five-way tie for ninth place at 1-under-par, 70-73=143.

Senior Wes Latimer is the next Tech individual in the field as he is one of five players in 25th place at 3-over-par, 71-76=147. Junior Matt Weibring follows Latimer, as he is part of a 13-player logjam in 37th place at 73-77=150.

Rounding out the Tech contingent in the field is sophomore Troy Matteson, who was unable to improve on his first-round score and joins Weibring as part of the tie for 37th place at 75-75=150.

The Morris Williams Intercollegiate will conclude on Tuesday morning with the final round of play at the Austin Country Club. Live scoring will be available at


Tech Golf Leads by Two after 36 Holes at Morris Williams Intercollegiate
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