Blue Bears tied for third after first day of CIAA golf
GLEN ALLEN, Va. — Livingstone is tied for third place after the first day of the CIAA Golf Championship, here at The Crossings Golf Club on Thursday.
The Blue Bears shot a 325, tied with Chowan, but just three strokes behind leader Virginia Union (322).
Fayetteville State stands in second place after carding a 323.
Rounding out the field are Virginia State (359), J.C. Smith (362), Elizabeth City State (396) and St. Augustine’s (450).
Jordan Francis, Chowan senior from Boykins, Va., leads individually, scoring a 74. Also in the top five is the 2016 medalist, Phillip Harrison of Livingstone, who shot an 80.
The second and final round will be held today at the par-72, 6,674-yard course.
74 — Jordan Francis, Chowan
75 — Allen Day, Va. Union
78 — Joshua Mohun, Va. Union
79 — Adam Capps, Fayetteville St.
80 — Phillip Harrison, Livingstone
80 — Isaiah Shaw, Fayetteville St.
80 — Christian Villanueva, Fayetteville St.