Livingstone slips to third place at PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship

Hot temperatures had a reverse effect on Livingstone College's men's golf team at the 2015 PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship.  Only Lennoris Williams improved on his first round score as the Blue Bears slipped to third place in the Men's Division II competition.  Team leader Phillip Harrison shot a second round 77, six strokes more than his first round score.  Telvin Walker shot an 82 while Harry Standberry's 81, Williams'80 and Stephen Washington's 82 dropped the team into third place with a 36-hole total of 328.  Livingstone now trails first round leader Cal State Dominquez and Texas A&M International.

Fayetteville State also lost ground as the Broncos slipped to fifth place behind Lincoln (Mo).  Only Christopher Jackson improved on his first round, carding a 79, while teammates Jared Chinn and Brandon Jobe came in with rounds of 77 leaving FSU with a combined score of 648, 20 strokes behind Livingstone and 38 strokes behind Cal State Dominquez.

Elizabeth City State's William White shaved 13 strokes off his initial round score to move into the top 20 in the individual men's competition with a 36-hole total of 161.

Play concludes on Sunday.