Low Rounds from Chan, Sienkiewicz Highlight Cats Second Round at Blessings
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Arizona Men's Golf used a five-stroke improvement from its opening round to shoot 2-under on Tuesday at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational. Chase Sienkiewicz carded his second consecutive sub-70 round with a 68 on Tuesday to reach 7-under par and second place for the tournament. Junior Aidric Chan also shaved a handful of strokes off his Monday performance with a 69 on Tuesday as he sits in a tie for 21st at 2-over entering the tournament's final round.
"Our improved play carried over from yesterday, and I was very happy to see lower scores throughout our lineup today," said head coach Jim Anderson. "Chase and Aidric shot two of the lowest rounds on the day that set a great tone for our team. Our first two rounds have positioned us to continue to move up the team and individual leaderboards tomorrow."
— Arizona Men's Golf (@ArizonaMGolf) October 5, 2021
Sienkiewicz's round of 68 included his eagle on the fifth hole and marked only the fourth eagle putt in the entire tournament. He enters the third and final round in sole possession of second place and trails Arkansas's Luke Long by three strokes.
Chan's steady round of 69 came after he scored par on his first eight holes of the day before sinking four birdies and tallying one bogey in the final ten holes of the day.
The Wildcats sit in sixth place at 1-over par for the tournament with one round to play. Sienkiewicz and Chan are joined by all three other Wildcats on the trip in the top 35 of the individual leaderboard.