March 31, 2012
STANFORD, Calif. - Scores went up on Saturday at the Stanford Intercollegiate as windy and rainy conditions ruled the day at the Stanford Golf Course. But the Nevada men's golf team is in the middle of a very talented 17-team field.
The Wolf Pack, which blistered the Stanford Golf Course on Friday with a 6-under 282, shot 305 on Saturday and is +27 (587) and in eighth place for the tournament after two rounds. The final round is scheduled for Sunday. Teams endured a two-hour weather delay but were able to resume play shortly after 1:00 p.m.
Oregon is on top of the leaderboard with a 4-under 556 through two rounds. USC (564) is in second with UCLA and Stanford (568) tied for third. The tournament features six of the top 13 teams in the country.
Senior Kevin Lucas is leading the way for the Wolf Pack as he sits tied for 25th with a 5-over 145 through 36 holes. Freshman Andrew Cornella is two shots back at 7 over and tied for 42nd place. Fellow Freshman Zak Griffiths is two shots back of Cornella and tied for 49th. Gavin Kwon (+11, T59th) and Gustavo Chuang (+12, T63rd) round out the Wolf Pack team.
The tournament concludes with the final 18 holes on Sunday.