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In the region: Tarren, Radford golfers lead Bash at the Beach tourney
Monday, March 11, 2013
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -Radford wrapped up round two of the Bash at the Beach in first place at The Surf Golf and Beach Club.
Radford improved upon day one's score of 281 with a 10-under-par 274 for a two-day total of 555. Jacksonville is in second place with a score of 565 and Western Kentucky sits in third with a 574.
Radford's Callum Tarren sits in first place on the individual leaderboard after a second-round 67, giving him a two-day score of 135. Radford's Weston Eklund is in third-place overall with a 138 after a second-round 67.
Virginia 3rd at Palmetto after two rounds
AIKEN, S.C. - Virginia closed up the second round of the Palmetto Intercollegiate at Palmetto Golf Club in a tie for third place with a two-day score of 574.
Virginia followed up an opening round 291 with a three-over-par 283. South Carolina leads after two rounds with a score of 570, followed by N.C. State with a 571. Virginia is tied for third with Augusta State at 574.
Virginia's Mac McLaughlin tops the individual leaderboard with a two-round 135. McLaughlin scored a six-under-par 64 in the second round of action, a personal best.
W&L in sixth after 36
DATAW ISLAND, S.C. -Washington and Lee played 36 holes at the TaylorMade-Adidas Intercollegiate and finished in sixth place with a score of 641 at the Cotton Dike Course.
Faulkner University is in first place with a score of 603, followed by Hampden-Sydney at 621 and Wake Tech Community College and host Ohio Wesleyan tied for third with 632. Centenary College sits in fifth ahead of W&L at 634.
The Generals' Patrick Clossin sits in fourth individually with a two-round score of 151, seven over par. Faulkner's Brandon Godwin leads the pack at 144.
Stevenson 8, Washington and Lee 2
LEXINGTON - Bret Schilling drove in four runs on a pair of hits in Stevenson's win over Washington and Lee at Dick Smith Field.
Stevenson (10-2) scored three runs in the second inning and tacked on four more in the third, two coming from a single by Schilling. Heath Johnson finished the day 3 for 4 with three RBI and four separate players crossed the plate twice for the Mustangs.
Will Salley and Alex Mait drove in a run each in the sixth inning for Washington and Lee (7-7).
Greg Myers allowed five hits, three walks and struck out four over seven innings for the win. Matt Hedberg allowed seven runs on seven hits over three innings in the loss.
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