Men’s golf takes the lead in All-American Intercollegiate

HUMBLE, Texas ( – A dominating second round where the 28th-ranked Florida State Men’s Golf shot 15 under the Seminoles has a 17-stroke lead over two rounds of play at the All-American Intercollegiate held at the Houston Golf Club .

Florida State’s second-round score at 15 under was tied for its lowest shot over par this year. It ties the final round the Seminoles produced in the season opener Mobile Bay Intercollegiate, which they won. Overall, FSU shot 7 under (296-273) that day.

Sophomore Frederik Kjettrup is tied for the tournament lead at 3 under (72-69), neck and neck with Sam Houston’s Bret Gray. Kjettrup is in line for his fifth Top 10 this year as he continues to emerge as one of college golf’s most talented players. The assist on his big day was a furious finish on the back nine in the second round where he shot a 32, including four consecutive birdies on holes 12-15.

Redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson tied his career-low with a second-round 66 on Monday, tied for third in two rounds with a 2-under 142 (76-66). After his first lap, Anderson moved up 31 places and shot an incredible 30 over his front nine. The 66-year-old Anderson ties his first round as a Seminole at the Maui Jim Intercollegiate on Sept. 15, 2019.

Senior Dan Bradbury (1 under) also finished strong with a 67 in the second round, the third time he’s shot a 67 this year. His second round was marked by five birdies, including two in a row to start the round on holes 1 and 2.

Michael Sakane (1-over) is tied for 11th and Brett Roberts is tied for 43rd at 7-over.

The next closest team to the Seminoles is Houston with 10 points, followed by North Texas (+11), Sam Houston (+11) and Mississippi State (+15) in the Top Five.

FSU begins the final round Tuesday in a shotgun format at 9 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. CT.

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