Raiders complete day one at Mason Rudolph Championship
Payne Denman sits 19th overallApril 4, 2014 · @MTAthletics
FRANKLIN, Tenn. - Middle Tennessee men's golf completed the first 18 holes at the challenging Mason Rudolph Championship on Friday, sitting 12th in the field, at the par-71, 7,100 yard course at the Vanderbilt Legends Club.
Severe weather from the early morning hampered the Blue Raiders' original tee time delaying the start by a couple of hours. This weekend's tournament features 10 teams that are nationally ranked.
After day one of action, No. 1 Alabama put together a score of 281 for three-under par. No. 35 Kennesaw State carded 288 (+3), while No. 14 Vanderbilt and No. 76 College of Charleston were tied for third with a score of 289 (+5). The 53rd-ranked Raiders sat 12th with a score of 302 for 12-over par.
The Blue Raiders tee off at day two of the Mason Rudolph Championship beginning at 8:15 on Saturday. Fans can follow live results of this week's tournament at GolfStat.com.
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