BOCA RATON, Fla. – Florida Atlantic University men’s completed the second day of the 9th Annual FAU Slomin Autism Championship on Saturday currently sitting in ninth with a two-round total of 605. The event is being held at PGA National Resort with the teams competing on the Squire Course, a par 72 that plays 6,447 yards. The Owls are up against 12 teams from all over the country: DePaul, Florida Gulf Coast, UConn, Georgetown, Hartford, Jacksonville State, Morehead State, Murray State, Northern Illinois, Southern Miss, Stetson and UCF.
• Caleb Sibley improved his play on day two and is now tied for 14th after shooting an even 72. The senior is five over 144 with 18 holes left to play.
• Luke Campbell also had a solid performance carding 72 with four birdies. He is tied for 53rd place with a two-round score of 157.
• Chris Thomas shot five over 72 in round two and is now tied for 26th place at seven over.
• Ricky Hendler and Brian Dolehide both shot 81 on day two. Hendler is in a tie for 48th with a total score of 156 while Dolehide is tied for 56th with 158.
• Adam Friedman again led the way for the individuals with a round of 72. With a two-round score of 149, he is now tied for 14th with teammate Sibley. Sully Zagerman improved on his first round of 79 with a second round of 76 to tie for 45th. Eric DeKarski and Kristian Perry remained in 73rd and 74th with rounds of 81 and 79, respectively.
• UCF has a sizeable lead after 36 holes as they are four over 576 followed by Jacksonville State in second at 14 over for a total of 590. The individual tournament leader is the Knights’ Manuel Elvira who is four under 144 after two days of play.
The FAU Slomin Autism Championship will conclude on Sunday, March 26, with the teams set to tee off at 8:30 a.m. at PGA National.