Men's Golf 13th at NCAA Southeast Regional

Sam Lyons leads the Chants with a 73 on day two of the regional.


Sam Lyons fired a 73 in the second round of the NCAA Southeast Regional

May 21, 2010

ALPHARETTA, Ga. - The Coastal Carolina University men's golf team sits in 13th place after two rounds of the 2010 NCAA Southeast Regional May 21 at the Capital City Club's Crabapple Course in Alpharetta, Ga.

The Chanticleers have fired rounds of 293-302=595 through Friday's action. The Chants are led by senior Dan Obremski, who is tied for 30th with scores of 69-76=145. Drew Ernst is tied for 44th place with rounds of 72-76=148. Sam Lyons and Charlie Winegardner are both tied for 56th place. Lyons fired rounds of 78-73=151, while Winegardner has scored of 74-77=151. Sebastian Soderberg is tied for 69th place after firing scores of 78-77=155.

Clemson leads the Southeast Regional by three strokes over Oklahoma State. In the individual race, Brigham Young's Robbie Fillmore has a one-shot lead over three golfers at -3.

The Chanticleers will finish up the Southeast Regional Saturday, May 22. Coastal will tee off at 9:10 a.m., off the 10th tee.

NCAA Southeast Regional Team Scores 1 Clemson 283-278=561 +1 2 Oklahoma State 282-282=564 +4 3 Georgia Tech 287-286=573 +13 T4 Brigham Young 289-287=576 +16 T4 South Alabama, U. of 292-284=576 +16 T6 Arkansas 296-282=578 +18 T6 Arizona State 290-288=578 +18 8 Georgia Southern 288-293=581 +21 9 Wake Forest 292-291=583 +23 T10 Mississippi, U. of 301-285=586 +26 T10 Furman University 292-294=586 +26 12 Towson University 308-282=590 +30 13 Coastal Carolina 293-302=595 +35

Top Individuals Plus Coastal 1.Robbie Fillmore, BYU 68-69=137 t-2. Logan Blondell, Ga. Southern 69-69=138 t-2. Jamie Marshall, Arkansas 71-67=138 t-2. Peter Uihlein, Okla. State 68-70=138 t-30. Dan Obremski, Coastal 69-76=145 t-44. Drew Ernst, Coastal 72-76=148 t-56. Sam Lyons, Coastal 78-73=151 t-56. Charlie Winegardner, Coastal 74-77=151 t-69. Sebastian Soderberg, Coastal 78-77=155



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