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Georgia Tech’s Ollie Schniederjans seven under par after 18 holes.
NEW LONDON, N.C. (theACC.com) – Battling gusts of wind and intermittent showers, the Florida State men’s golf team sits atop the leaderboard after round one of the 2014 ACC Men’s Golf Championship at Old North State Club.
The Seminoles were led by sophomore Hank Lebioda’s 4-under 68. The Winter Springs, Fla. native carded a 34 on both the front and back nine, with five total birdies on the day.
Freshman Cristobal Del Solar also came in under par for Florida State, shooting 71.
Georgia Tech’s Ollie Schniederjans registered the top score of the day. The junior had eight birdies on the afternoon to card a 65.
“Obviously based on the conditions with the last 11 holes, it was one of the best rounds I’ve ever seen,” Georgia Tech Head Coach Bruce Heppler said on Schniederjans’ performance. “It was a pretty incredible round of golf.”
With Florida State (284) four under and in the lead, Georgia Tech (288) is even at second. Clemson (289) is in third and Wake Forest (290) is in fourth, while North Carolina and Boston College are tied for fifth with team scores of 291. Rounding out the field is NC State (293), Duke (293), Virginia (294), Notre Dame (294), Virginia Tech (298) and Maryland (299).
Round two of the 2014 ACC Men’s Golf Championship continues on Saturday morning, with student-athletes teeing off at 8:30 a.m.
Saturday’s second round action will be available via live stream on theACC.com beginning at 2:00 p.m.