Big 2nd Round Gives Dalton State The Lead Heading To Final Round

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Dalton State shot 585 (+17) and holds the lead by one-shot over Wayland Baptist (Texas) in the Invite at Innisbrook at Innisbrook Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Fla. on Monday.
 
The aforementioned Wayland Baptist is in 2nd at 586 (+18). Keiser (Fla.) (595, +27) is in 3rd, while Eastern Florida State (597, +29) and South Carolina-Beaufort (599, +31) round out the top 5.
 
It was freshman Trevor Bassett leading the charge for the Birds with rounds of 72 (+1) and 68 (-3) to take a four-shot lead into the final round.
Bassett's second round 68 was the round of the day overall as he was the only golfer to shoot in the 60's.
 
Joining him in the top 10 was Matthew Cleary in a tie for 8th and Ben Rebne in a tie for 10th. Cleary posted rounds of 77 (+6) and 70 (-1), while Rebne carded 77 (+6)  and 71 (E).
 
With rounds of 74 (+3) and 76 (+5), freshman Steve Kibare stands in a tie for 15th. The last Roadrunner in the lineup, Tyler White, had rounds of 79 (+8) and 78 (+7) to tie for 31st overall.
 
Dalton State will look to finish off the tournament with a victory when they hit the course tomorrow, September 29 for the final round of the Invite at Innisbrook at Innisbrook Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Fla. 

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