Mocs Seventh At SoCon Golf Championships

Monday, April 19, 2021
The Chattanooga Mocs seventh after 36 holes Monday of the Southern Conference Championships. They opened with 300 in the morning 18 before coming back with 298 in the afternoon on the Oconee Course at Reynolds Lake Oconee.

Gabe Hunter paced the morning start with 73. Connor Nolan added 74 with counting cards of 76 and 77 from A.J. Lintunen and Matt Smith, respectively.

The second round 298 included 74s from Paul Conroy and Nolan. Smith and Lintunen both tallied 75s. Nolan's 148 is tied for 19th overall while leading the Chattanooga contingent ahead of Lintunen's 151, Conroy and Smith with 152 and Hunter at 153.

ETSU (563) has the lead by 11 over Western Carolina in second.
Furman sits in third with 582. The Bucs Archie Davies is the individual leader at 135.

Tuesday’s final round starts at 8:35 a.m. The Mocs are paired with Samford. Hunter leads off at 8:35 on No. 10 followed by Smith (8:45), Conroy (8:55), Lintunen (9:05) and Nolan (9:15). Click the scoring link above for complete results and pairings when available.

Southern Conference Championships

April 19-20 | Oconee Course | Eatonton, Ga. | Par 72 | 7,158 yards 

Results

Team 7th of 8: 300-298=598

T19) Connor Nolan: 74-74=148 (+4)
T24) A.J. Lintunen: 76-75=151 (+7)
T29) Matt Smith: 77-75=152 (+8)
T29) Paul Conroy: 78-74=152 (+8)
T31) Gabe Hunter: 73-80=153 (+9)

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