SIMPSONVILLE, Ky.- The Miami University golf team finds itself in second place, only one stroke out of the lead, after two rounds at the Louisville Cardinal Challenge. The RedHawks shot a round of one-over par 289, putting them at three-under par for the tournament. Host Louisville leads the tournament at four-under par.
Senior Patrick Flavin holds the individual lead after shooting a round of 69, putting him at seven-under par after two rounds. He leads Erik Dulik of Louisville by one shot.
Sophomore Cam Solomon is in seventh place at one-under par, gaining 10 spots in the standings after shooting a round of 71. Freshman Jack Herceg and Charlie Nikitas are tied for the 23rd spot at four-over par. Herceg shot a round of 76 and Nikitas shot a round of 77 on Saturday. Redshirt junior Brian Ohr shot a round of 73, putting him at five-over par after two rounds. He is now tied for 28th in the standings.
Playing as an individual, freshman Jack Mortell is tied with Herceg and Nikitas, along with two other golfers for the 23rd spot. He shot a round of 74, putting him at four-over par after two rounds. Freshman Jack Katarincic gained 10 places in the standings after shooting a round of 78. He finds himself in a group of four other golfers tied for 67th at 15-over par.
The Louisville Cardinal Challenge concludes with round three on Sunday. The RedHawks will tee off beginning at 10:40 a.m.