Oct. 31, 2013
STOCKTON, Calif. – The Nevada men’s golf team is in fifth place, just nine strokes off the lead after the first round of the Pacific Fall Invitational on Thursday.
Senior Ryan Mulvany carded a 1-under 70 and three Wolf Pack players – Nicholas Smits, Rhyne Jones and Brian Knoll, shot 72 and are tied for 18th as Nevada is at 286 as a team for the first round. Gustavo Chuang shot 78 for the Pack and is tied for 54th.
BYU leads the team race at 277 and the Cougars’ Joe Parkinson leads individually after a first-round 65.
Santa Clara, UC Davis and Charlotte are all tied for second at 284, just two strokes ahead of Nevada.
The second round is Thursday with the final 18 holes on Saturday at Stockton Country Club.