Cougs Move Up Two Spots in the Second Round at The Goodwin
STANFORD, Calif. – The Washington State men's golf team has four players sitting inside the top 50 of the player leaderboard after two rounds of play at The Goodwin. The Cougars head into the third and final round of the tournament in a tie for 13th after carding 2-under; 558.
Sophomore Jaden Cantafio shot 3-under par; 67 in Friday's second round to end his day in a tie for 29th. A trio of WSU golfers are tied for 50th on the player leaderboard, as redshirt senior Max Sekulic, junior Pono Yanagi, and freshman Peter Jung have each shot even-par; 140 through 36 holes of play.
Cantafio has posted the second-best par-5 score through two rounds at The Goodwin, as he is shooting 6-under on par-5 holes. Sekulic also carded under par in his second go-around at the Stanford Golf Course, as he shot 1-under par; 69.
The Cougs shaved three strokes off their tournament score in Friday's second round, as WSU carded 3-under par; 277 in the round. WSU moved up two slots on the team leaderboard, as the Cougars will open Saturday's third round in a tie for 13th.
Stanford holds a seven-stroke lead over SMU going into the final round of The Goodwin. The Cardinal have carded 20-under par; 540 through 36 holes. Stanford's Karl Vilips and UC Davis' Lucas Carper each sit in first place on the player leaderboard, as each golfer has shot 131 (-9) through two rounds of play.
Washington State gets the third round of The Goodwin started at 12:10 p.m. PT Saturday, March 26. Fans can follow all the action at GolfStat.com.
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