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Golf Fifth Overall At 2009 GLIAC Championships

Golf Fifth Overall At 2009 GLIAC Championships

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MARQUETTE, Mich. – The Saginaw Valley State University men’s golf team sits in fifth-place overall after the second round of the 2009 GLIAC Men’s Golf Championships on the Greywalls Course at the Marquette Golf Club. Grand Valley State University retains its first day lead, now at +24 overall for the tournament, followed by Wayne State University, which is at +30.

Nate Kelly leads the Cardinals individually, sitting in fifth overall, shooting rounds of 73-74, which puts him at +5 for the championship. Brian King is the next-closest Cardinal, positioned in a tie for 15th after the first two rounds. Dieter Schulz (T-18, +13), Rob Ronk (T-22, +15) and John Lange (37, +21) rounded-out play for SVSU in the second round. Eric Lilleboe of Ferris State University remains in the lead after 36 holes, sitting at -2 after shooting twin rounds of 70.

Play continues Monday for the Cardinals, as they look to make a charge on the last day of competition.