RALEIGH, N.C. -- Three Camels are among the top 12 individuals and Campbell sits in third place in the team standings Monday after 36 holes of the Wolfpack Intercollegiate men's golf tournament.
Memphis leads the 16-school event at three-over-par 571 (288-283), followed by Louisiana-Lafayette (289-285--574) and Campbell (292-283--575) is third, one stroke in front of UNC Greensboro (295-281--576). East Carolina stands fifth (295-282--577), while host NC State is sixth (296-288--577).
Heading into Tuesday's final round, Campbell freshman Andrew Gai (72-69--141) is tied for 7th place, four strokes off the past of leader Robert Hoadley of UNCG (69-68--137). After shooting a one-over 72 in Monday's first round, Gai had five birdies in the afternoon in his two-under-par 69 round on the par-71, 7358-yard Lonnie Poole Golf Course.
Campbell senior Vaita Guillaume (74-70--144) and sophomore Amanjyot Singh (74-70--144) are among eight players tied for 12th place at plus-two. Both Guillaume and Singh had three birdies in Monday's second 18.
Senior Mitch Gray (72-74--146) is tied for 23rd place at four-over par, while freshman Grant Houser (79-79--158) is tied for 81st. Playing as an individual, sophomore Harrison Ashworth is tied for 65th place (76-77--153).
Campbell entered the event rated 26th nationally in the latest Golfstat NCAA head-to-head ranking. The Camels claimed the team title last month at the Golfweek Program Challenge at True Blue in Pawley's Island, S.C.
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