Johnson in Top-20 After Shortened Day One of Purdue Fall Invite

Men’s Golf | 10/11/2021 9:30:00 PM

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MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota men’s golf team completed its opening round and jumped out to a strong start early in the second round before weather halted play at the Purdue Fall Invite.

The teams were called off the course at 5:02 p.m. ET, after threatening weather approached Kampen Course, ending Monday’s play in the second round with 10-11 holes to play.

After 18 holes, Minnesota was tied for 11th place at 19-over par 307. The Gophers started the second round strong and currently sit in sole possession of 11th.

Leading the Maroon and Gold is senior Lincoln Johnson, who currently sits in a tie for 17th at 1-over par. Johnson shot a 3-over 75 in the opening round, but recorded two birdies on the first seven holes in his second round.

Antoine Sale is currently tied for 37th at 4-over par. He totaled a 77 in the opening round and is 1-under through eight holes in the second round.

Sophomore Ben Warian is tied for 55th, currently at 7-over par. He also shot a 77 in the opening round.

Harry Plowman-Ollington and Bennett Swavely are tied for 63rd at even-par. Plowman-Ollington was tied for 61st after 18 holes with a 7-over 79, and is shooting 1-over through eight holes in his second round. Swavely shot a 6-over par 78 in the first round, and currently is 2-over par through his first eight holes in the second round.

Playing as an individual, Connor Glynn is tied for 42nd at 5-over par, after an opening-round 76. He is 1-over par through eight holes in his second round.

The Gophers will attempt to finish play of the second round with the rest of the field on Tuesday morning (shotgun start time TBA) with the final round following after.

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