Dolphins in fourth after 36 holes at Keith Hills Invitational
Jamey Salmon
Jamey Salmon
BUIES CREEK, N.C. – The Jacksonville University golf team is in for fourth place through two rounds of the Keith Hills Spring Intercollegiate at the par-71, 6,609-yard Keith Hills Country Club.

Due to rain overnight on Sunday and early Monday morning, the first 18 holes was delayed two hours until 11:00 a.m., forcing Round 2 to be suspended at 7:30 p.m. because of darkness. The second round was completed Tuesday morning and the final 18 holes of the 54-hole tournament will immediately follow.

The Dolphins were led by Jamey Salmon (Jacksonville, Fla.) and Cyril Suk (Bradenton, Fla.). The pair is tied for 12th going into the final round. Salmon opened with (74-72) and Suk opened with (75-71). Nick Torrance (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) is tied for 29th (73-77).

The Dolphins scoring was rounded out by Brett McKinnon (Glace Bay, Nova Scotia) (75-78) and Colin Monagle (Jacksonville, Fla.) (79-76).

The 54-hole event hosted by Campbell University consists of 62 competitors from 11 different schools at the par-71, 6,609-yard Keith Hills Country Club. The Dolphins face the host Camels in addition to Gardner-Webb, Hampton, George Washington, James Madison, Laval (Quebec) and St. Francis (Pa.), as well as individuals from Liberty, North Carolina and North Carolina State.