February 18, 2019

Ohio State in Eighth With One Round to Play at Puerto Rico Classic

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February 18, 2019

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RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico—The Buckeyes finished their second round of the Puerto Rico Classic shooting 295 (+7) to move into eighth place with one round left to play. Caleb Ramirez is still in position to shoot the best score of his career and could potentially earn the second top-10 finish of his career. Ramirez shot an even par 72 today, trading a couple birdies and bogies, to remain at three-under and take a share of 12th place. Will Grimmer is two-under for the tournament after shooting a second round 73, sharing the 15th spot on the leaderboard. Daniel Wetterich is near the top of the board as well after shooting a two-over 74, putting him in a tie for 21st. Will Voetsch turned in a four-over 76 to take a share of 58th and Laken Hinton posted a 79 to move to 13-over for the tournament and into 69th place.

Kevin Stone is in third place in the individual tournament, played on the Rio Mar Country Club Ocean Course, carding a second round 73 to move him to three-over through two rounds. Justin Wick had some trouble with the course today, turning in an 82, placing him in the eighth position at 14-over par.

The final round of the Puerto Rico Classic tees off at 7:30AM Tuesday morning on the Rio Mar Country Club River Course.