ORLANDO, Fla. - The Saint Joseph's golf team will enter the final round of the 2019 Atlantic 10 Championship in fourth place after shooting 294 in Saturday's second round. Playing at the par-72  Villas of Grand Cypress Golf Resort (7,024 yards), the Hawks have posted a two-round score of 298-294/592, and stand just six strokes behind first place VCU.

Individually, junior Michael O'Brien is in fifth place after shooting a two-under-par 70 for a two-round score of 73-70/143, while rookie J.T. Spina posted a three-under-par 69 to jump into a tie for 11th at 77-69/146 . Sophomore Wills Montgomery is tied for 16th at 71-77/148, with senior Ross Pilliod tied for 41st with rounds of 77-80/157. Junior Richard Riva, who was the Hawks' fourth scorer on the day with a 78, is tied for 46th with a two-round score of 82-78/160.

Davidson's Jack Lang continues to sit atop the individual leaderboard and holds a two-stroke lead at 140.

The final round begins Sunday morning.

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