Nevada in Ninth After the Second Round of the Mountain West Championship
TUSCON, Ariz. – The Nevada men’s golf team is in Ninth place after the second round of the Mountain West Championship.
Nevada rebounded from a slow start on Friday and carded a 17-over 301 and is three shots behind Boise state heading into the final round.
Junior Ryan Mulvany is tied for 29th with a 8-over 150 after shooting a two-over 73 in the second round. Freshman Kit Carson is tied for 37th after shooting a four-over 75 and is at an 11-over 153 for heading into the final round.
New Mexico and San Diego State are tied for first place with a five-under 563 for the tournament. New Mexico's Gavin Green is leading the individual Race with a three-under 139 for the tournament.
The final 18-hole round will start on Sunday.