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Skladany, Rozzi and Myshin continue play at NJCAA golf nationals

Michael Love
| Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 10:21 p.m.

Ryan Skladany, a Gateway graduate and freshman on the CCAC-Boyce men's golf team, shot an 82 Wednesday and is tied for 53rd after the second round of the National Junior College Athletic Association's Division III national championship tournament.

He improved six strokes from his first-round 88 at Chautauqua Golf Club in Chautauqua, N.Y., and moved up five spots in the standings.

Butler County Community College's Michael Rozzi leads the trio of area golfers in a tie for 17th after the second round. His round of 80 Wednesday on the par-72 course follows his 79 from the first round.

Scott Myshin from Westmoreland County Community College is tied for 73rd after rounds of 90 and 91.

Trey May from Georgia Military College leads the tournament with two rounds of 75. He is two strokes ahead of the field after 36 holes.

The four-day, four-round tournament continues Thursday.

The scores and standings can be viewed at njcaa.org/sports/mgolf/2017-18/div3/national_championship/index.

Michael Love is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at mlove@tribweb.com or via Twitter @Mlove_Trib.

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