Livingstone In Second Place After Day 1 of PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Classic

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Livingstone College freshman Phillip Harrison carded a first-round score of 71 to lead the CIAA Champion Blue Bears into second place at the 29th PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship at The PGA Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida on Friday.

The 54-hole stroke-play Championship consists of four divisions: NCAA Men's Division I, Men's Division II, Men's NAIA and Women's division teams. In addition, there is an Individual Invitational competition for minority Men & Women contestants.

Harrison was joined by teammates Telvin Walker (77), Harry Standberry (79), Stephen Washington (81) and Lennoris Williams (81) to finish just two strokes behind first place Cal State Dominguez Hills in the Division II Men's Team competition.

Fayetteville State, led by Jared Chinn (72) and CIAA Golfer of the Year Brandon Jobe (75), sat in fouth place (317) after 18 holes.

Second round action begins Saturday morning at 11:45 a.m. on the Ryder Course

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