Bucs, Lady Bucs 10th in tourneys

from staff reports

   East Tennessee State University men's and women's golf teams each are listed in 10th place in separate tournaments after action on Monday.
   The men are in 10th after the first round of the Florida State Seminole Intercollegiate at the Golden Eagle Country Club in Tallahassee, Fla.
   ETSU shot a first-round 301, placing them 15 strokes behind leading University of North Carolina.
   The Bucs were led by senior James Johnson, who fired a 73. Johnson is six strokes behind individual leader Leif Olson of Duke. Fellow senior Adam Riddering shot a first-round 75.
   A trio of freshman each finished within a stroke of each other. Jeremy Hobson shot a 76, while Marco Trejos and Cennydd Mills both shot 77's.
   On the women's side, the Lady Bucs are in 10th of the Bradford Creek Spring Invitational hosted by East Carolina University.
   The Bucs have a score of 665 after two rounds. UNC-Wilmington leads the tournament by one stroke over East Carolina with a combined score of 614.
   Leading the ETSU effort was senior Mimmie Dymling, who is tied for 26th after a first-round 82 and a second-round 79. Fellow senior Catalia Zuluaga is currently tied for 39th.
   The ETSU women returns for the final round of action today.