March 29, 2013
STANFORD, Calif. – Sophomore Andrew Cornella shot his lowest round of his Wolf Pack career with a 68 and is tied for 11th heading into the final round of the Stanford U.S. Intercollegiate hosted by Stanford.
As a team, Nevada is 16th after shooting a 10-over 290 for the second round of the tournament. The Wolf Pack is one stroke behind fellow Mountain West member San Diego State and seven strokes back from breaking the top-10.
After shooting a one-over 71 in the first round, Cornella came out strong again in the second round and shot a two-under 68 for the day and sits at a one-under 139 and is tied for 11th. Cornella is one stroke shy of breaking the top 10.
Junior Ryan Mulvany is tied for 62nd after shooting a two-over 72 in the second round. Junior Brian Knoll is tied for 77th, freshman Kit Carson is tied for 81st, and sophomore Taylor Knoll is tied for 87th.
No. 10 Stanford is winning the tournament with a 17-under 543 for the tournament. Stanford’s Patrick Rodgers is winning the individual tournament after shooting an eight-under 132 for the first two rounds.
The Wolf Pack will play the final 18-hole round on Saturday.