SSU Hosts MEAC Men’s Golf Championship 2019

North Carolina Central Freshman, Camron Ratliff (left) shown with teammates
North Carolina Central Freshman, Camron Ratliff (left) shown with teammates

The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Men’s Golf Championship, hosted by Savannah State University began Monday at Crosswinds Golf Club in Savannah, GA. The championship is featuring four-time defending champion Augusta University, Bethune Cookman University, Maryland Eastern Shore, North Carolina A & T, North Carolina Central University and Savannah State University. The threeround championship is being played over the course of 2 days starting at 8 am. Two 18-hole rounds were held Monday with Tuesday having only one 18-hole round.

The winner will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Div. I Men’s Golf Championship.

After Monday’s two rounds, Augusta University has a 12-stroke lead on second place Bethune-Cookman. The host Tigers sit in third with one round to play.

North Carolina Central Freshman, Camron Ratliff from Lawrenceville, GA is participating in the tournament along with teammates Samuel Bradley, Daniel Barbare, Joshua Young and Hollan Strepay. The Eagles are under the direction of Men’s Head Coach David Hinton III of Raleigh, NC.

For more information on the NCCU Golf program, contact David Hinton III at david.hinton@nccu.edu

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