April 23, 2011
NEW LONDON, N.C. - Junior Sean Brannan shot an even 72 Saturday and the University of Maryland men's golf team remained in 10th place in the team race at the 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Championships at the Old North State Club.
Brannan, who began Saturday tied at 49th, jumped to a four-way tie at 40th after shooting par on Day 2.
William Wiseman continues to lead the Terps and is tied for 29th after shooting a one-over 73 Saturday. Joey Rice and Sean Bosdosh are both locked at 47th at 153 while Tom Hanna III moved up one spot, to 52nd after cutting his card by three strokes, down to 78.
After finishing Day 1 tied at first with a teammate, Georgia Tech's Paul Haley is the sole leader Saturday with his second consecutive 68. Wake Forest's John Varol, Georgia Tech's Kyle Scott and Clemson's Corbin Mills are all tied in second with a two-round 139. Duke's Julian Suri rounds out the top-5 at 140.
The Terps cut their overall score Saturday, finishing with a combined 300, which keeps them in 10th place overall.
In the team race, the top three teams remain the same with Georgia Tech (559), Duke (568) and Clemson (572). At 575, Virginia shot up from a tie at sixth to fourth place after shooting 15 strokes lower on Saturday. Florida State remains in fifth at an even 576.
The ACC Championship will conclude Sunday morning, beginning with the Terps and Boston College Eagles teeing off at 8 a.m.. Fans can continue to track all of the action live, via scoring and online streams, at TheACC.com.
1. Georgia Tech 559; 2. Duke 568; 3. Clemson 572; 4. Virginia 575; 5. Florida State 576; 6. Wake Forest 581; 7. NC State 582; 8. North Carolina 584; 9. Virginia Tech 592; 10. MARYLAND 604; 11. Boston College 631.