Arizona Retains Middle of Pack Position at Cabo Collegiate
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – After another challenging day on the course, the No. 1 ranked Arizona Wildcats posted a team score of 17-over park for a second consecutive round to enter the final day of the Cabo Collegiate in 12th place. TPC San Antonio played difficult on Tuesday as only two of the event's 16 teams shot under par.
"We made too many mistakes in too many areas to score today," said head coach Jim Anderson. "Some mistakes were poor club selection while others were poor course management or uncommitted swings. It's clear that we have to improve, and tomorrow is a great chance to see if we can all get a little better and post a team score more indicative of the group that we believe we have. We have confidence in our team and each player to make an adjustment here or there and we will get right back up."
Senior Trevor Werbylo led the Wildcats in the second round, posting a score 2-over 74 that marked a five-stroke improvement from the first day. Fellow senior David Laskin also shaved five strokes from his first-round score with a 75 on Tuesday.
Brad Reeves, who led the Wildcats the day before, posted a 5-over, 77, on the day and moved to a tie for 30th for the event at 7-over par. He also solidified his position in second in par-three scoring.
Sophomore Chase Sienkiewicz, participating in the event as an individual, had a strong round that saw four birdies on the back nine, including three consecutive on the 16th, 17th and 18th holes.
Arizona will look to flip the script on the Cabo Collegiate on the third and final day as a logjam of ranked teams sit just ahead of the Wildcats going into Wednesday.