Knightstown, Ind. - Shooting a season-best score of 298 has propelled the Franklin College men's golf team to second place after three rounds of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship.
Senior Chris Arnold (Quincy, Ind./Cloverdale) holds the 54-hole tournament lead with a 216 composite score. He eagled the par-5 18th hole to shoot a one-over-par 72-stroke score on Saturday at the Royal Hylands Golf Club.
Franklin has compiled a 919 team score and holds a six shot lead over Mount St. Joseph University for second place. Saturday's score of 298 is the lowest round at the conference championship since the final round of the 2012 tournament.
Sophomore Sam Pollock (Terre Haute, Ind./Terre Haute North) carded a two-over-par 73-stroke score during Saturday's third round. He is tied for 13th place individually.
Senior Joshua Rhoads (Batesville, Ind./Batesville) is tied for 15th place after shooting a 76 on Saturday. He has lowered his score each round of the championship.
Sophomore Jack Knue (Zionsville, Ind./Zionsville) rounded out the consistent performance with a 77-stroke score on Saturday. He is tied for 22nd place individually with a 237 total through three rounds.
The final round will take place on Sunday, May 3 at noon. Live scoring will be available HERE.