Sunday, April 11, 2010

Nagy fourth after two rounds at Ohio State

Senior Corey Nagy fired a four-under par 67 in the second round of the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate to move into fourth-place individually and lead the 49ers into sixth-place entering Sunday's final round at Ohio State.

Charlotte, which was in eighth place after the first round, moved up a couple spots on the leaderboard thanks in part to Nagy's four-under par round. The three-time all-America is one-under par for the tournament, one of only four players under par after two rounds.

Nagy (74-67 -- 141) is four strokes off the lead of Penn State's Kevin Foley (-5, 137) and is the only 49er in the top 30, individually.


Anonymous said...

Go Corey Go
Another great round by the home town kid !