Knoll is tied for fifth
Sep 8, 2013
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Nevada senior Brian Knoll carded rounds of 70 and 72 on Sunday and enters Monday’s final round tied for fifth place at the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational.
Knoll shot a 2-under 70 in the first round and followed it up with an even-par round of 72 in the second round on Sunday. He’s seven back of leader Kyle Westmoreland of Air Force, who is 9 under with 18 holes to play.
Ryan Mulvany is tied for 18th at 1 over while freshman Rhyne Jones is 5 over and tied for 42. Nicholas Smiths is one back of Jones and Josh Baskings is tied for 79th. Freshman Zach Berhost is competing as an individual for Nevada and he shot 155 on Sunday and is tied for 76th.
Nevada is eighth out of 16 teams at the tournament, which is being played at the Blue Course at Eisenhower Golf Club. The Pack shot a 289 in the first round and came back with a 297 in the second round on Sunday for a 10-over 586 through 36 holes.
The host school, Air Force, leads at 563 heading into Monday’s final round. UTEP is second at 575 and New Mexico State is third at 576.