Roadrunners in 10th place after 36 holes of Tucker Intercollegiate
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Senior Stanton Tondre and sophomore Garrison Lackey each fired four-over-par 148s on Friday and UTSA is tied for 10th place after 36 holes of the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate, which is being played at New Mexico Championship Golf Course (par 72; 7,578 yards).
Tondre opened the tournament with an even-par 72 on the strength of five birdies and finished day one with a 76 to end up in a tie for 27th place.
Meanwhile, Lackey followed a first-round 75 with a one-over-par 73 in the afternoon, a round that included an eagle on the par-five first and a pair of birdies.
The duo, which is 10 strokes off the pace set by San Francisco’s Cory McElyea (six-under 138), helped lead the Roadrunners into a tie with Utah for 10th place after carding rounds of 301 and 299 for a 36-hole total of 24-over 600.
No. 10 New Mexico leads the 14-team field at eight-under 568 (283-285) and the Lobos are followed by San Francisco (581), No. 21 Colorado (583), No. 30 Baylor (586) and UC Irvine (588).
Freshman Brett Hogan is tied for 62nd after turning in rounds of 81 and 73 for a 154, while junior Ryan Werre and senior Taylor Koser are tied for 64th (155=78-77) and 71st (156=76-80), respectively. Sophomore Reed Stegall, who is competing as an individual, is tied for 51st at 152 (75-77).
The final 18 holes get underway on Saturday morning.