GEORGETOWN – Kentucky State University’s golf team tied for fourth place in the 2012 Bluegrass Spring Classic this week.
The Breds finished the second day with a score of 354, giving them a two-round score of 741, tied with West Virginia Tech.
For Kentucky State, Righter Dundon finished with a team-best 169 and tied for 17th overall. Dundon shot an 86 in the first round and an 83 in round two, tying with Jordan Bell of Georgetown College, who also shot an 86 and 83 in the first and second rounds, respectively.
KSU’s Josh Jackson, who shot an 89 in the first round, improved his score by seven strokes in the second round (82), finishing with a 171 and rounding out the Top-20 in this year’s classic.
Daniel Neeley finished the Classic with a 183, while Carlton Foreman rounded out play for the Breds with a 218.
KSU heads to Augusta, Ga., on Sunday to compete in the 2012 SIAC Championship, which will be held at the Jones Creek Golf Course.