DURHAM, N.C. – Nathan Stamey is tied for fourth place at five-under par and UNC Greensboro is in eighth place as a team after two rounds at the Coca-Cola Duke Golf Classic.
Stamey, a sophomore from Canton, NC, shot a second round 67 after shooting even-par in the morning’s first round to pull within five shots of the lead. His 67 tied for the best round in the afternoon and was a career-low.
He trails Coastal Carolina’s Dustin Johnson, who shot 67 in each of Sunday’s round to sit 10-under-par after 36 holes. That helped Coastal Carolina to tie for the team lead with Duke. UNCG is eighth in the team standings 16 shots behind the leaders.
The final round will be played on Monday morning.
TEAM STANDINGS: Coastal Carolina 562, Duke 562, Minnesota 568, Charlotte 571, Northwestern 572, North Carolina State 574, Notre Dame 577, UNC Greensboro 578, North Carolina 582, Michigan State 582, Florida Southern 586, Virginia Tech 588, Virginia 589, UNC Willmington 593, Ohio State 602.
TOP 10: 1. Dustin Johnson (Coastal Carolina) 67-67=134, 2. Ryan Brehm (Michigan State) 66-70=136, 3. Antti Ahokas (Minnesota) 69-68=137, T-4. Nathan Stamey (UNCG) 72-67=139, T-4. Greg Koch (Florida Southern) 72-67=139, T-4. Matt Mincer (Charlotte) 71-68=139, T-4. Scott Gustafson (Notre Dame) 70-69=139, T-4. Jake Grodzinsky (Duke) 70-69=139, 9. Stephen Lewton (North Carolina State) 70-70=140, T-10. Martin Ureta (North Carolina) 72-69=141, T-10. Ryan Blaum (Duke) 70-71=141, T-10. Nathan Smith (Duke) 70-71=141, T-10. Michaek Schachner (Duke) 73-68=141, T-10. Bronson LaCassie (Minnesota) 71-70=141.
OTHER UNCG GOLFERS: T-46. Ryan Heisey 77-71=148, T-46. Kent Copeland 71-77=148, T-52. Jake Lowder 75-74=149, T-56. J.D. Bass 79-71=150.
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