ETSU men’s golf tied for fourth after first day of regionals


The Buccaneers sit two strokes behind Wake Forest and San Francisco for the top spot

CLE ELUM, Wash. (WJHL) – The ETSU men’s golf team made its first NCAA Regional appearance in four years and the Buccaneers didn’t disappoint with the Johnson City squad shooting 4-under-par and sitting just two strokes off the lead.

Southern Conference Golfer of the Year and Freshman of the Year Archie Davies kept his momentum rolling into the regional, shooting 3-under-par (68). The Carlisle, England native finished his opening round in an eight-way tie for 4th at 68 (-3).

Graduate golfer Trevor Hulbert  posted a 1-under-par (70) opening round, while Shiso Go also carded the same score. Redshirt freshman Remi Chartier will start the second round in a tie for 32nd with the Montreal native shooting a 72.

The Bucs will return for round two on Tuesday beginning with Jack Rhea teeing off at 11:20, while Davies will be the final Buccaneer to tee off with him slated to start a little after noon.

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