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Five teams within two strokes of lead entering final day of competition.
NEW LONDON, N.C. (theACC.com) – Battling intermittent showers at the Old North State Club, the Georgia Tech men’s golf team moved into first place of the 2015 ACC Men’s Golf Championship, in search of the program’s 16th team title.
Shooting 9-under par on the day, Georgia Tech holds a one stroke lead over Clemson, Florida State and Virginia, all tied for second. Virginia Tech is close behind following a 7-under performance on the day.
The 2013 ACC Men’s Golf Individual Champion Anders Albertson leads the Yellow Jackets and is in second place on the individual leaderboard. Two strokes behind in third place is teammate and 2014 ACC Men’s Golf Individual Champion, Ollie Schniederjans.
Virginia Tech’s Trevor Cone moved into the top spot among individuals carding a 6-under 66 today. The senior has 11 birdies over the two days, tied with North Carolina’s Henry Do for most in the event.
With Georgia Tech (563) in the lead, Friday’s leader Clemson (564) is tied for second with Florida State (564) and Virginia (564). Virginia Tech (565) is a stroke behind, followed by North Carolina (575), Louisville (578) and Wake Forest (584). Rounding out the field are NC State (592), Duke (596), Notre Dame (608) and Boston College (614).
The third and final round of the 2015 ACC Men’s Golf Championship is scheduled to start at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow. Teams will tee off of holes #1 and #10.
Sunday’s third round action will be available via live stream on ESPN3 beginning at 1 p.m. and can be viewed at http://es.pn/1JZ6FQT.