Ferris State Men's Golf Holds Onto First Place At Greyhound Invite After Two Rounds


Big Rapids, Mich. - The Ferris State University men's golf squad held onto its lead following day two action on Monday (April 8) in the University of Indianapolis Greyhound Invitational at the Purgatory Golf Club in Noblesville, Ind.

The Bulldogs carded a 282 team score for the second consecutive day and presently sit at 564 overall, owing a nine-shot lead heading into Tuesday's final round of action in the 54-hole event.

A total of 18 teams are taking part in the event with host Indianapolis currently second behind FSU at 573 overall. The Greyhounds shot an impressive 279 score on Monday.

Ferris State senior Jack Weller sits atop the individual leaderboard after two rounds with a 138 total. After firing a 67 Sunday, he shot a 71 on Monday and owns a one-stroke lead.

Fellow senior Seth Terpstra along with Thomas Hursey are both tied for third in the field at 141 following two rounds of action. Hursey shot a 67 in round two after a 74 in the opening round while Terpstra carded a 73 Monday on the heels of his 68 in Sunday's round.

Bulldog senior Ryan Bayer moved to to a share of 44th place overall with a 71 on Monday and is a 149 for two rounds as he shot a 78 over the first 18 holes of action.

Finally, senior Andrew Hammett is tied for 53rd overall at 150. He posted a 77 in Monday's 18 holes following his opening-round 73 on Sunday.

Action wraps up in the three-day event on Tuesday with tee times set for 10 a.m. (ET).