Men's Golf in Eighth Place after Second Round Play Suspended
Jan. 29, 2007
Tucson, Ariz. - The Arizona State men's golf team is tentatively in eighth place after second-round play, at the PING-Arizona Intercollegiate, was suspended due to darkness. The Sun Devils shot a 1-under 287 through 15 holes. The second round will resume Tuesday at the par-71, 6,900-yard Arizona National Golf Club. UNLV is in first place at 17-under par.
Leading the Sun Devils was senior All-American Niklas Lemke. Lemke is in second place at 10-under par through hole-15 of the second round. In round one, Lemke shot a 4-under 67.
Sophomore Benjamin Alvarado Holley shot a 3-under par to tie for 16th. Freshman Knut Borsheim shot a 4-over par to tie for 48th. Freshman Tristan Bierenbroodspot tied for 75th before play was suspended after shooting a 12-over par. Senior Fredrik Andersson is in 79th place after shooting 13-over par.
Arizona's Brian Prouty is currently in first place at 12-under par. Prouty shot a 9-under 62 in the first round.
The final round of the PING-Arizona Intercollegiate concludes tomorrow.
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