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Men's Golf Is Tied For Fifth After Round 1

Pat Oleksak shot an even par and had an eagle on the 10th hole as he finished tied for 21st in the first round of the ACC Tournament.

Pat Oleksak shot an even par and had an eagle on the 10th hole as he finished tied for 21st in the first round of the ACC Tournament.

April 25, 2014

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The 2014 ACC Men's Golf Championships started today at Old North State Club in North Carolina. The teams battled gusts of wind and intermittent showers as Florida State leads the pack after the first round at four under par (284). Boston College stands in tied for fifth place with North Carolina (291).

According to Coach Drew Keyser the Eagles score of 291 is the best single round score since joining the ACC.

Round two of the 2014 ACC Men's Golf Championship continues on Saturday morning, with student-athletes teeing off at 8:30 a.m.

The Eagles were led by Pat Oleksak who shot an even par at 72 and is tied for 15th. A highlight for Oleksak was an eagle on the 10th hole when he holed out.

Andy Mai also shot even par 72 on the day. He had birdies on the eight and 10th hole. Matt Murphy tied for 21st with a one over 73. He was three under through seven holes.

John Jackopsic was two over in the first round and is tied in 28th while Nick Pandelana shot a 76 and is tied in 43rd place.

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