Men's Golf in Sixth Through Two Rounds at Old Waverly

April 8, 2013

 

 
 
  
 
Team    Rounds Score
1 2 3 F
1. No. 28 Mississippi State 287 288 - 575 -1
2. UAB 286 290 - 576 E
3. No. 48 South Alabama 283 299 - 582 +6
4. Southern Miss 296 293 - 589 +13
5. Southeastern Louisiana 294 296 - 590 +14
6. Memphis 297 294 - 591 +15
T7. Ole Miss 304 288 - 592 +16
T7. Cincinnati 284 308 - 592 +16
9. Georgia State 289 307 - 596 +20
10. Louisiana Tech 299 298 - 597 +21
11. Louisiana-Lafayette 301 303 - 604 +28
12. Rice 302 303 - 605 +29
13. Middle Tennessee 312 305 - 617 +41
 14. Arkansas State 315 309 - 624 +48
Memphis Leaders
1 2 3 F
T16 Will Pearson 74 72 - 146 +2
T21 Thomas Perrot 73 74 - 147 +3
T26 Cory Gaylord 74 74 - 148 +4
T33 Grant Milner 76 74 - 150 +6
 T42 Carlson Cox 78 74 - 152  +8
 T51  * John Luke Tyner 78 76 - 154  +10
 *Competing as an individual  

WEST POINT, Miss. - The University of Memphis men's golf team finished sixth on day one of the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship after a 15-over-par 591 (297, 294) through 36 holes of play at the Old Waverly Golf Club on Monday.

Leading the Tigers on day one was Will Pearson, who fired a 2-over-par 74 and an even par 72 to tie for 16th after two rounds. Also in the top 25 was Thomas Perrot, who shot 73 and 74 to sit in a tie for 21st. Cory Gaylord was consistent throughout today's play with 74s to tie for 26th, while Grant Milner improved in the second round with a 74 after a first-round 76 to move into a tie for 33rd. Rounding out the Memphis team was Carlson Cox, who carded a 78 and a 74 to tie for 42nd.

Competing as an individual, John Luke Tyner finished in a tie for 51st after two rounds with a 78 and 76.

No. 28 Mississippi State leads the field with a 1-under-par 575 while UAB is one stroke behind at 576. No. 48 South Alabama is third with a 582, and has a seven stroke lead over fourth-place Southern Miss. Southeastern Louisiana sits one stroke in front of the Tigers with a 590 for fifth.

The teams will wrap up play beginning at 8 a.m. CT tomorrow with the final 18 holes of play.


 

 

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