Men's Golf in Fourth Place in Hawaii

Feb. 8, 2007

Kona, Hawaii - The Arizona State men's golf team is in fourth place after the second round of the Hawaii-Hilo Invitational in Kona, Hawaii. ASU shot a 21-under 539 (272-267). Oklahoma State is in first place after shooting a 27-under 533.

Sophomore All-American Benjamin Alvarado Holley leads the Sun Devils after tying for seventh with a 6-under 134 (66-68). Senior Niklas Lemke (66-68) and Sophomore Steele DeWald (72-63) are currently tied for 13th after shooting a 5-under 135. DeWald tied his career-low of 63 in the second round. He previously shot his career low of 63 the week prior at the PING-Arizona Intercollegiate. Freshman Knut Borsheim tied for 45th with an even-par 140. Rounding out the Sun Devils was freshman Tristan Bierenbroodspot who shot a 2-over 142 to tie for 56th.

The final round of the Hawaii-Hilo Invitational concludes tomorrow at the par-70, 6,120-yard Waikoloa Village Golf Club.

Live scoring is unavailable for the tournament.

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