Lutz, Fla., -- Behind a three-under 68 from Adam Ball, the VCU Rams hold a six shot lead after the first-round of the 2014 Atlantic 10 Golf Championships taking place at TPC Tampa Bay in Lutz, Fla.
VCU featured four players in the top-11 spots en route to a 286, six strokes ahead of crosstown rival Richmond, which shot 292 in round one. Dayton is in third-place with a 301, while George Washington (304) is fourth and George Mason (307) is fifth.
St. Bonaventure’s Josh Stauffer joined Ball atop the leaderboard, matching his low round score of 68.
The Spiders’ David German and Danny Pizetoski were both under par, shooting 69 and 70, respectively.
Matt Ball Jr., carded an even par 71 and a fifth place individual finish. He was joined by Rocky Khara (72) and Enej Sarkanj (75) who currently stand in sixth and 11th place, respectively.
George Rohde III scored a 72 for Dayton to help the Flyers to its 301 team total. The Flyers’ Caleb Wolters carded a 75 which tied for 11th, while Thomas Goss shot a 76 which puts him in a tie for 15th.
Second round action tees-off at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, with Sunday’s final round set for Sunday.
|Course:TPC Tampa Bay: Par 71 - 6898 Yards