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Golfers Move Up A Notch in Hawai'i

Oct 30, 2022
McDermott carded a 2-under 69 in the second round.

LAHAINA, Maui — The University of Colorado men's golf team inched up a notch here Saturday into a tie for eighth place after two rounds of the Ka'anapali Classic Collegiate Invitational, the Buffaloes final event of the fall season.
No. 11 Oklahoma took over the lead with 22-under par 546 score, good for a six-stroke lead over East Tennessee State (552).  First round leader Clemson dipped into third (553).  The Buffaloes turned in an even-par score of 284 in the second round and are in a four-way tie for eighth place with a 563 total.
Sophomore Tucker Clark continued to lead the Buffaloes here, as he finished 36 holes with a 4-under 138 total, tying him for 13th.  He had a team-high five birdies Saturday and has 12 over the two rounds.
Sophomore Dylan McDermott is tied for 24th after a second round 69 has him at 2-under 140; sophomore Jack Holland is tied for 41st with an even 142 total (a 74 Saturday); and sophomore Justin Biwer is tied for 59th after scoring a 1-over 72, moving up 19 notches with a 3-over 145 score.
Freshman Hunter Swanson shot a 2-over 73 to stand at 6-over 148, which has him tied for 91st in the 123-man field.
"I was proud of the guys. We really battled," CU head coach Roy Edwards said.  "We do a really good job of managing our rounds when things aren't going well.  We're focused on closing out the fall season with a good round tomorrow, which will move us up the board as a team and individually."
North Florida's Nick Gabrelcik carded a second straight 65 to lead the individual race, his 12-under 130 two strokes aged of first round leader, Clemson's Andrew Swanson.
The third and final round is set for Sunday; Colorado will be paired with Boise State, UC-Irvine and Louisiana-Lafayette and will tee off beginning at Noon MDT on holes 7 through 9. 

T13. Tucker Clark  67-71—138
T24. Dylan McDermott  71-69—140
T41. Jack Holland  68-74—142
T59. Justin Biwer  73-72—145
T91. Hunter Swanson  75-73—148


1. Nick Gabrelcik, North Florida  65-65—130
2. Andrew Swanson, Clemson  64-68—132
3. Josh Ryan, Liberty  65-68—133
4. Jase Summy, Oklahoma  67-68—135
T5. Jake Holbrook, Oklahoma  70-66—136
T5. Max Charles, Boise State  65-71—136
T5. Drew Goodman, Oklahoma  64-72—136


  1. Oklahoma  268-278—546
  2. East Tennessee State  269-283—552
  3. Clemson  267-286—553
  4. Liberty  280-275—555
  5. Kansas  275-281—556
  6. North Florida  273-284—557
  7. Mississippi  275-285—560
  8. COLORADO  279-284—563
  8. Boise State  280-283—563
  8. Georgia  278-285—563
  8. Louisiana-Lafayette  284-279—563
12. UC-Irvine  278-287—565
13. Hawai'i  284-289—573
13. Connecticut  288-285—573
15. Denver  285-293—578
16. CSU-Northridge  289-290—579
17. Wyoming  288-296—584
18. Gonzaga  293-294—587
19. Mount St. Mary's  290-305—595
20. Air Force  298-306—604