UTSA tied for 11th place after 36 holes of Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate
HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Led by a one-under-par showing from Brett Hogan, the UTSA men's golf team is in a tie for 11th place after 36 holes of the Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate, which teed off on Monday at Hattiesburg Country Club (par 71/6,902 yards).
Hogan, a sophomore from Calgary, Alberta, carded a UTSA career-best 67 in the second round, including a 32 on the back nine, where he registered four of his five birdies. He turned in a 74 in the opening round and is tied for 21st in the individual standings at 141 with 18 holes remaining.
As a team, the Roadrunners are tied with Arkansas State for 11th after posting a six-over 574 (293-281). Louisiana-Lafayette leads the field at 15-under (553), followed by Mississippi State (557), South Alabama (558), Mercer (564) and Mississippi (564).
Ryan Werre is two shots and 10 places behind Hogan after carding a one-over 143 (73-70), while Bryce Alley is tied for 34th after firing a 144 (73-71). Garrison Lackey and J.J. Lindsey are tied for 63rd (75-73—148) and 75th (73-78—151), respectively.
Tuesday's final round is scheduled to tee off at 8 a.m.