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McCullough-led VU Golf battles on 1st day of Butler Fall Invitational

INDIANAPOLIS – Vincennes University freshman Keegan McCullough was tied for 19th place and the VU Golf Team sat in sixth after the first two rounds Monday of the Butler Fall Invitational at Highland Golf & Country Club in Indianapolis.

The Trailblazers were scheduled to tee off at about 9 a.m. for the second day’s play.

Butler freshman Patrick Allgeier held the lead after the first 36 holes and a two-round score of 140.

McCullough shot rounds of 74 and 73 to finish up the first day at 147. The remaining three Trailblazer golfers recorded the following scores on Monday:
·    Tanner Gray; 37th place; 155
·    Blake Claycomb; Tie 38th place; 156
·    Zach Breault; Tie 48th place; 161

A complete look at the Butler Fall Invitational field after 36 holes on Monday:
POS.    TEAM                      R1      R2      TOTAL
1   1     Evansville                278    290      568 (+8)
2   2     Indianapolis             284     286     570 (+10)
T4 3     Butler                      288     283     571 (+11)
T4 4     Marian University    288     289     577 (+17)
3   5    Morehead State       286     293     579 (+19)
6   6     Vincennes               308     311     619 (+59)
7   7     Chicago State         325     325     650 (+90)




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