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Duke in 12th at ACC Championships
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 04/26/2014
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NEW LONDON, N.C. -- Three Blue Devils posted three-over 75s Saturday as Duke posted a 301 on the second day of the ACC Championship at Old North State Club. Duke enters Sunday's final round 12th overall with a 594 (+18).

Georgia Tech holds the 36-hole lead with a 566 after shooting a 10-under 278 Saturday. Florida State is two shots back, followed by Clemson (570), Wake Forest (573) and Notre Dame (581).

Ollie Schniederjans (Georgia Tech) holds the individual lead at nine-under (135). Clancy Waugh (Wake Forest) is three shots back with Hank Lebioda (Florida State) four shots off the lead.

Senior Austin Cody posted a 75 in round two and is now tied for 19th with a one-over 145. The North Charleston, S.C., native got off to a slow start with a double-bogey on No. 2 and a bogey on No. 4. He recovered with birdies on No. 6 and No. 11 to get back to one-over. Cody followed a bogey on No. 13 with a birdie on the par 3 14th hole before stumbling down the stretch with bogeys on No. 17 and No. 18.

Alexander Matlari and Turner Southey-Gordon also posted 75s Saturday. Matlari had three birdies in the round but was hindered by a triple-bogey and double-bogey. He enters the final round tied for 35th with a five-over 149.

Southey-Gordon is tied for 53rd at nine-over. For the second straight day, he bookended his round with birdies but was unable to record a birdie on holes 2-17.

Sophomore Motin Yeung is tied for 29th after shooting a four-over 76. He carded a birdie on No. 2 but was unable to build on the early success. He suffered bogeys on No. 5 and No. 6 to slip to one-over at the turn. Yeung dropped a stroke on No. 10 and ended the day with a double-bogey on No. 18.

Max Greyserman, a sophomore from New Jersey, is 59th overall with an 11-over. He recorded 12 pars and one birdie Saturday but also suffered four bogeys and a double-bogey.

Duke opens final round play at 8:30 am Sunday and will be paired with Boston College and Maryland. Live scoring for the tournament is available at