Jaguars tied for sixth place
In Charleston, S.C., Augusta University is tied for sixth place after the 36-hole first day of the Battle of Stono Ferry.
The Jaguars started strong with 5-under-par 283 but had a second-round 292.
They are being led by Broc Everett (71-70-141), followed by Olof Gunnarsson (70-73-143), Constantin Unger (70-73-143), Alex Shead (67-79-146), Laken Hinton (76-73-149) and Gustav Andersson (75-76-151).
The College of Charleston’s Hunter Dunagan, a former Lakeside star, is leading the invidividual race after rounds of 64-67-131. He has a three-shot lead.
Campbell leads the tournament at 26-under, three ahead of host College of Charleston.
Women’s College Basketball
Pacers fall in exhibition
In Charleston, S.C., the College of Charleston handed USC Aiken an 80-48 loss in an exhibition game on Friday night.
Kyrie’ Chandler had nine points to lead the Pacers. Lonesha Lee had eight points and Emily Waters added eight rebounds.
Shiclasia Brown had 19 points for College of Charleston.
The Pacers open up their season on Nov. 10, playing host to Carson-Newman.
City Classic is set for today
The annual Augusta City Classic football game will be played at 2 p.m. today at Lucy C. Laney Memorial Stadium.
The game pits Edward Waters against Southeastern.
Adult tickets are $20 at the gate, and student tickets are $15.
Tailgating begins at 6 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m. Other activities include a Pee Wee football game at 8 a.m., a Battle of the Bands at 10 and the Minnesota Fatz BBQ cookoff at 3 p.m.
For more information, visit augustacityclassic.org.
Isner keeps hopes alive
In Paris, former Georgia Bulldog John Isner stayed on track for the last spot at the ATP Finals by beating Juan Martin del Potro 6-4, 6-7 (5), 6-4 in the Paris Masters quarterfinals.
The American was the runner-up last year and needs to win the tournament to reach the finals in London this month.
“I’ve given myself a pretty good shot to qualify,” Isner said. “But it’s going to be very tough.”
Meanwhile, top-ranked Rafael Nadal pulled out with a right knee injury, and hopes to be fit to lead the London field.
The loss ended del Potro’s hopes of reaching London. The Argentine needed to win to guarantee his place.
Isner will next face Serbian qualifier Filip Krajinovic, who advanced when Nadal withdrew.
In Zhuhai, China, Julia Goerges advanced to the semifinals at the WTA Elite Trophy by beating top-seeded Kristina Mladenovic 6-2, 7-6 (4).
The seventh-seeded German joins CoCo Vandeweghe, Anastasija Sevastova and Ashleigh Barty in the semifinals.
Goerges, who only needed to win one set to advance from the Azalea group, broke Mladenovic’s serve four times.
Goerges has won her last seven matches, including the title in Moscow last month.