ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - The Armstrong State University men's golf team fired a second-round 297 to move up three spots into fifth place after the second day of the 2016 Peach Belt Conference Championships in St. Augustine, Fla., on Saturday.
The Pirates' two-round total of 597 is in fifth place behind team leader Columbus State (577), with host Flagler (585) in second. USC Aiken (593) is in third and Georgia Southwestern (594) is in fourth place after Saturday's action at the World Golf Village.
Senior Howard Hickey paces the Pirates after shooting a three-under-par 69 to sit in fifth place individually with a one-under-par 143 score. Junior Jake O'Bryan is tied for 15th individually after a second-round 77 for a 150 total. Sophmore Tyler Key is tied for 20th after shooting a 76 on Saturday for a 151 total.
Freshman Rickard Wallin carded a second-round 75 to sit tied for 36th with a 155 total. Sophomore Jacob Tinsley rounded out the Pirates' scoring on Saturday, shooting a 79 to sit tied for 41st with a 157 total.
Play concludes at the 2016 Peach Belt Conference Championships with a single round of 18 holes on Sunday with the Pirates' tee times beginning at 11:00 a.m.