UTSA tied for 10th after opening day of Sam Hall Intercollegiate
HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Senior Stanton Tondre and junior Ryan Werre are tied for 17th and the UTSA men's golf team is tied for 10th place after 36 holes of the Sam Hall Intercollegiate, which is being playedat Hattiesburg Country Club (par 71, 6,882 yards).
Tondre and Werre carded identical rounds of one-over par 143 (71-72) on Monday and the duo stands in a nine-way tie for 17th, eight shots off the pace set by Louisiana Tech's Victor Lange (seven-under 135=68-67).
Tondre turned in four birdies and an eagle three on the par-five 17th during his opening 36 holes, while Werre posted three birdies in each of his first two rounds.
As a team, the Roadrunners recorded rounds of 292 and 289 for a 581 and they are tied with UALR for 10th in the 15-team field. Mississippi leads with an eight-under 565 (289-276), followed by Louisiana-Lafayette (568), Louisiana Tech (570), Mississippi State (570) and Southeastern Louisiana (571).
Senior Taylor Koser is tied for 41st with a scorecard of 147 (75-72), while freshmen Brett Hogan and J.J. Lindsey are tied for 47th (148=75-73) and 68th (152=79-73), respectively. Competing as an individual, sophomore Reed Stegall is tied for 73rd (153=78-75).
The final round will tee off at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.