Men's Golf
Wolf Pack in Fourth After One Round





SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Oahu, Hawaii Led by junior Scott Smith, the Wolf Pack is in fourth place after round one at 2010 John Burns Invitational held at the par-72, 6,916 yard Leilehua Golf Course in Schofield Barracks, O’ahu, Feb. 17-19.

The Wolf Pack carded seven-under 291 in round one, only three strokes behind first place SMU and California are tied for lead at ten-under 278 followed by UNLV in third at nine-under 281. Texas A&M trails Nevada by four strokes in fifth place at 285. 

Smith leads the Wolf Pack individually after carding three-under 69 in the first round to tie for fifth. Seniors Travis Esway and Jared Becher are tied for ninth at two-under 70. Junior Andrew Augustyniak shot even par to tie for 26th and senior Ryan Hallisey follows Augstyniak in 36th at one-over 73.

California’s Stephen Hale leads the tournament individually after carding seven-under 65 on Wednesday. Hale holds a three-stroke advantage over teammate Eric Mina, Derek Ernst (UNLV) and Ben Tewes (SMU) who shot four-under 68s in the first round to tie for second.

The John Burns Intercollegiate continues on Thursday and Friday with each day beginning with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Hawaii Time (10 a.m. Pacific Time). A recap and results from each round will be available at www.nevadawolfpack.com.


 

 

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