Indian golf tied for ninth place at the Outback Invitational after first day
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 | by Freshman Daniel Stanley tied for third; 1-under par after 18 holes

PANAMA CITY, Fla. - After the first day of the Outback Invitational in Panama City, Fla. the Newberry College men's golf team is tied for ninth place. The Indians finished with a total of 302 strokes and an 18-over par first round. The Bearcats of Lander University lead the tournament with a 2-under par team showing. Lander shot 286 in the first round.

Individually, the Indians placed two golfers in the top 20 with freshman Daniel Stanley (Inman, S.C.) is tied for third. Stanley was 1-under par after the first 18 holes, shooting a 70. Fellow freshman Ben Lown (North Augusta, S.C.) is tied for 18th after a 74 on day one.

Clayton State University's Wade Binfield and Lander's Cooper Tinsley are tied for the individual tournament lead with both notching a round of 68 in the first round.

The Outback Invitational concludes today.

Outback Invitaional
Panama City, Fla.
February 4-5, 2008

Team Standings (1st Round)
1   Lander University              286  + 2
2   Clayton State University       293  + 9
T3  Columbus State University      294  + 10
T3  St. Edward's University        294  + 10
5   SE Oklahoma State University   295  + 11
6   Armstrong Atlantic State Univ. 298  + 14
T7  Tusculum College               301  + 17
T7  Catawba College                301  + 17
T9  Newberry College               302  + 18
T9  Faulkner University            302  + 18
11  Wingate University             303  + 19
12  Georgia SW State University    304  + 20
13  Anderson University            309  + 25
14  Caper Fear Community College   311  + 27
15  Lenoir-Rhyne College           313  + 29
16  East Central University        317  + 33