Dolphins Drop in Second Round of Furman Intercollegiate

Dolphins Drop in Second Round of Furman Intercollegiate

GREENVILLE, S.C. - The men's golf team of Jacksonville University struggled in the second round of the 2016 Furman Intercollegiate, finishing 10-over-par Saturday.

Ryan Jahn continued to pace the Dolphins with a second round of 74. He's currently tied for 44th place with a total of 146. Franck Medale is tied for 57th with a total of 148 (74+74), Sam Uhland (75+75) and David Wicks (74+76) are tied for 70th with 150 each, and Raul Pereda is tied for 101st with 155 (80+75).

Georgia State is first with 560 (285+275), Harvard is second with 564 (280+284), Akron (290+276) and host Furman (288+278) are tied for third at 566, and USC Upstate is fifth with 570 (289+281). Jacksonville is 17th with 593 (295+298).

The third round will start at 10 a.m. Sunday. The weather forecast calls for cloudy skies, a 75 percent chance of rain, and a temperature of 60 degrees at tee time. Stay tuned to JUDolphins.com and @JU_MGolf for updates on the weather.