Men’s golf tied for eighth entering final round at the Sea Trail Intercollegiate
Bobby Fredeking carded a one-under par 71 to lead the JU men’s golf team to a seven-over par, 295, in the second round of the Sea Trail Intercollegiate.

Fredeking’s stellar round leaves him tied for seventh at three-under par, 141, for the tournament and just five shots behind Wofford’s Mark Joye in the individual competition.

Wofford shot a 10-under par 278 in the second round to tie Stetson atop the leaderboard at 19-under par in the 16-team event. The Dolphins are at six-over par, 582, after 36 holes.

JU is two shots out of fifth place as there are 10 shots that separate fifth place from 14th.

“Today we grinded out some scores, but we definitely left some shots out there,” said JU head coach Mike Blackburn. “We’re going to play as well as we can tomorrow and see if we can move up the standings.”

Justin Jones had the second best round of the day for JU, carding a two-over par 74 to slip into a tie for 35th at two-over par, 146. Will Braude and Jamey Salmon each shot a 75 in their second collegiate round to count towards the team score. Braude is tied for 58th at six-over par, 150, while Salmon is tied for 68th at seven-over par.

Gavin St. John Frost shot a seven-over par 79 to fall into a tie for 58th at six-over par, 150.

The Dolphins wrap up their season opening event with the final round on Sunday morning with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.