Men's Golf Moves into Sixth Place
Oct. 3, 2006
The ninth-ranked Arizona State men's golf team moves up into sixth place after the second round of the PING Preview. ASU shot an 11-over 571 (287-284) to move up one spot from yesterday's seventh place finish. Oklahoma State and Florida are tied for first place after shooting a 2-over 562.
Individually, senior All-American Niklas Lemke continues to lead the Sun Devils into the second round after shooting a 3-under 137 (67-70) to tie for second place. Sophomore All-American Benjamin Alvarado Holley shot a 3-over 143 (71-72) to tie for 20th. Sophomore Steele DeWald is tied for 43rd after shooting a 6-over 146 (77-69). Freshmen Tristan Bierenbroodspot and James Dalthorp are tied for 59th after both shot a 10-over 150 (77-73) and (72-78), respectively.
The final round of the PING Preview will conclude to tomorrow at the par-70, 6,809-yard Colonial Williamsburg Golden Horseshoe Golf Course. The Golden Horseshoe Golf Course will also play host to the 2007 NCAA Championship May 30-June 2.
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T1 Oklahoma State +2T1 Florida +2T3 Texas A&M University +3T3 UNLV +35 Georgia +86 Arizona State U. +117 Clemson +128 Lamar University +139 Kentucky, U. of +1410 Washington +21