BALTIMORE, Md. – Senior David Kocher of the Maryland men’s golf team led the Terrapins with a strong second round in the Big Ten Championships Saturday at the Five Farms Golf Course at Baltimore Country Club.
Kocher (Charlotte, N.C.) is currently tied for third in the individual standings. He shot a 68 Saturday, one shot better than his score of 69 Friday. His score of 137 is three strokes under overall. He is one stroke behind Ohio State’s Will Voetch and four behind Penn State’s Cole Miller.
Sophomore Peter Knade (Easton, Md.) is tied for 24th with his score of 72, which is two shots over par and one stroke over his first round score of 71. Junior Timothy Colanta (Reunion, Fla.) and sophomore Bennett Buch (Sykesville, Md.) are tied for 36th with their scores of 145, which is five strokes over total. Colanta shot an even 70 in Saturday’s second round.
Sophomore Evan Santa (Edgewater, Md.) shot a 75 in both the first and second round for an overall score of 150.
The teams will play the third and final round Sunday. The Terrapins will tee off at 8 a.m. Sunday. Live scoring will be available here.
Kocher finished tied for fourth in last year’s Big Ten Championships, also at Five Farms. He shot a tournament-low 65 in the final round and was named to the All-Big Ten Tournament Team. Colanta shot a 68 in that final round to finish tied for 23rd overall.