Siebers faces the Blue Devils on Tuesday in the NCAA Regional Championship

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – First-year student Ian siebers scored an Under-69 second round on Tuesday to beat the Duke Men’s Golf Team as the NCAA Noblesville Regional continued at the Sagamore Club in Noblesville, Ind.

With one in 289 as a team on Tuesday, the Blue Devils slashed Monday’s score by 16, led by Siebers’ 69 and a senior peer of 72. Adrien Pendaires. Duke jumped a spot in 10th place with a par 18 over 36 holes.

Wednesday’s final round begins at 8:55 a.m., with Texas leading the tournament at 15 under par, followed by Tennessee (-8), North Carolina (-7), Louisville (-6) and North Florida (-3) to finish the round. among the top five. The five low-scoring teams, as well as the individual with the lowest score not in the top five, will advance to the NCAA Championship.

The 3 under inning for Siebers on Tuesday was marked by an eagle on the seventh par 5 hole, his 16th hole of the day after starting his inning off the 10th tee. After turning 75 on Monday, Siebers is tied at 144 at 36 holes and is tied for 19th in the individual standings – jumping 22 places.

“I felt like I played well today,” Siebers said. “I hit the ball well. I had a lot of good iron shots on the approaches in the greens and scrambled quite well. I have a lot of confidence for tomorrow and I hope I can make a few more putts. . “

The Bellevue, Wash., Freshman who won All-ACC honors this season, Siebers started his round with a scrambled birdie on the 12th hole (his third of the day) looking for a birdie. from the greenside bunker. He also carded birdies on the 14th par 5 and second par 5 hole, in addition to his eagle.

Pendaries also closed on Monday, rolling in an eagle putt on the 18th par-5 (his ninth of the day), and coming home with three birdies on his last eight holes to sign a 72. His total of four rounds is four. -more than 148 places him tied for 45th place.

Senior Evan katz shot down a 73rd on a person on Tuesday, as a graduate student Steven DiLisio shot 75. Katz and DiLisio are both tied for 55th at eight of 152, while the seniors Qi wen Wong is a return shot in the standings after a 77 Monday and a 76 Tuesday.

Blake McShea of ​​UNC Wilmington and Nick Infanti of North Florida are tied for 36 holes at par six, one stroke down.

For Wednesday’s final round, Duke is paired again with UT-Martin and Campbell and the groups are out of the 10e departure at 8:55 am

tene on 13. Duke – 305-289 = 594 (+18)
T19. Ian siebers – 75-69 = 144 (E)
T45. Adrien Pendaires – 76-72 = 148 (+4)
T55. Steven DiLisio – 77-75 = 152 (+8)
T55. Evan katz – 79-73 = 152 (+8)
T60. Qi wen Wong – 77-76 = 153 (+9)


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