Aaron Guanlao tied for eighth at the Sun Belt Championship for the second consecutive year.
Aaron Guanlao climbed into the top 10 with a 6-under-par 65 in the second round.
UT Arlington is in fifth place and just two shots out of second after the Sun Belt Championship first round.
UT Arlington's team is Tanner Gore, Josh Radcliff, Jake Greenspoon, Andrew Sirowy and Aaron Guanlao.
The Mavericks are in 15th place after two rounds of the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship.
AS A FRESHMAN (2014-15): Competed in eight tournaments with two top-20 finishes ... Placed season-best tie for 17th at the Miramont Invitational (145, +1) ... Shot a season-low 71 five times, including back-to-back days at the Lone Star Invitational ... Named Sun Belt Conference Honorable Mention.
JERSEY VILLAGE HIGH: Won numerous junior golf tournaments on South Texas PGA juniors tour, Houston Golf Association juniors tour, and Texas Junior Golf Tour ... Captain and MVP of Jersey Village High School team for four years ... Won the 2012 Houston City Junior Championship ... Top 10 at 2013 Houston Men's Amateur ... Top 20 at 2013 Texas State Junior Championship ... Houston City Junior Championship winner, 2012 ... First golfer to qualify for 5A state championship in school history ... Low round in 2014 state championship en route to 7th place finish ... All-State, 2014 ... Four high school tournament victories as a junior ... Holds most wins and lowest stroke average in school history ... 3.9 GPA.
PERSONAL: Twin sister Lauren Greenspoon play volleyball for the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga ... Son of Mike and Alice Greenspoon ... Economics major ... Made Commissioner's list and dean's list during freshman year ... Enjoys skiing and hanging out with friends.
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