Sept. 16, 2013
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Nevada men’s golf team has four players in the top 20 and is two shots off the team lead heading into Tuesday’s final round at the Ram Masters Invitational.
The Wolf Pack fired rounds of 280 and 286 on Monday at Fort Collins Country Club and sits at 6-over 566 with 18 holes to play. Nevada is two shots back of tournament host Colorado State and four shots ahead of Louisville. Wichita State is at 11 over and in fourth place.
“We had a good balance of scores out there today,” Nevada coach Jacob Wilner said. “We are in good position for the final round and are looking forward to a chance to contend for a team win.”
Nevada has three players tied for 12th individually as senior Brian Knoll, junior Nicholas Smiths and freshman Rhyne Jones all sitting at 2-over 142 for the tournament with 18 holes to go. Senior Ryan Mulvany is a shot back at 143 with Josh Baskins tied for 33rd at 146.
Colorado State’s Cameron Harrell is leading the medalist race at 137, three under par.
Live scoring for Tuesday’s final round is available at GolfStat.com