LAS CRUCES, N.M.-After a tough first round, the Oral Roberts University men’s golf team climbed back toward the pack but still found themselves in 17th after two rounds of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate, Monday. New Mexico State leads the tournament at 572 (283-289), while ORU finished the day at 612 (312-300).
After all five guys shot in the high 70s in the first round, scored dropped dramatically in the second, led by Blake Brorman’s 71. Brorman finish at 149 (78-71) and is tied for 38th overall. Scott Newell shot 79-75 (154) in the first two rounds and is tied for 70th.
David Holtgrewe had the biggest improvement, dropping a first round 84 to a second round 73, but his 157 total has him in a tie for 79th overall.
The final round of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate will begin at 8 a.m. (MT) with a shotgun start.
Top 10 Teams
1-New Mexico State – 283-289—572
5-Air Force – 292-295—587
T6-Nevada – 298-291—589
T8-Sam Houston State – 296-295—591
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