Oct. 17, 2015
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ALPHARETTA, Ga. — After two rounds of action at the U.S. Collegiate Championship, the University of Iowa men’s golf team sits in 17th place. The Hawkeyes carded a second round score of 293 (+5) to push their 36-hole team total to 596 (+20). Iowa is the Big Ten’s lone representative in a 17-team field that includes 12 teams ranked inside the top-25.?
Junior Carson Schaake moved up seven spots on the individual leaderboard and is currently tied for 11th place after two rounds, posting back-to-back rounds at one-under-par 71. Schaake notched five birdies in Saturday’s second round and has now recorded five rounds at-or-below-par this fall.
After starting the day in a tie for 36th place, senior Nate Yankovich carded a 73 (+1) in the second round to jump nine spots on the individual leader board and into a tie for 27th place. Yankovich also recorded a one-over-par 73 in Friday’s opening round.
Freshman Matthew Walker has carded rounds of 78 (+6) and 75 (+3) and currently sits in a tie for 74th place, while junior Raymond Knoll sits in a tie for 85th place after recording first and second round totals of 83 (+11) and 74 (+2). Walker notched five birdies in Saturday’s second round, while Knoll recorded four.
Senior Voramate Aussarassakorn sits in 89th place after recording first and second round totals of 81 (+9) and 79 (+7).
Play at the 10th annual U.S. Collegiate Championship concludes tomorrow with a final round of 18 holes on Sunday morning. Tee times begin at 7 a.m. (CT). Live scoring is available at golfstat.com.