Zach Galliford moved up five spots into a tie for 10th after a 3-under-par 69 on Monday.
The Mavericks were 3-over as a team with a 54-hole total of 867 at the Cabo Del Sol Invitational.
Aaron Guanlao and Zach Galliford each shot 1-under 71s to tie for 10th after the first round.
The 5-score-4 team is Aaron Guanlao, Zach Galliford, Jake Greenspoon, Tanner Gore and Andrew Sirowy.
Radcliff won the tournament after firing a 7-under-par 209 in the two-day event.
- Won the 2011 Illinois State High School Championship
- Four times All-South at Marion High School
- 2011-2012 Illinois Boys Golfer of the Year
- Won a school record 12 times in high school
- Bone December 16, 1994
- Son of Daniel and Janice Brewer
- Finance major
- Avid sportsman who enjoys hunting and fishing
Getting to know
- Favorite place on campus: Golf locker room and practice facility
- Favorite Course: Old Warson Country Club
- Favorite Athlete: Peyton Manning
- Favorite Sports Team: Denver Broncos
- Favorite TV show: 30 for 30
- Favorite Movie: Saving Private Ryan
- Favorite Book: The Count of Monte Cristo
- Favorite Restaurant: Waltz Pizza
- Favorite Band: Red Hot Chili Peppers
- Longest Drive: 430 (cart path assist)
- My dream foursome: Peyton Manning, Bo Jackson, Larry Bird
- What I've learned from Coach Deane: A long practice session doesn't mean a good practice session
- Best part about my hometown: The quiet
- Superpower I would most like to have: Mind reading
- Best thing I cook in the kitchen: Steak (with the secret Brewer Marinade)
- An actor I would want to play me: Leonardo Dicaprio
- Secret Talent: Ping Pong
- One thing I've always dreamed about doing: Chipping in for the green jacket
What's in the bag?
- Driver: R15 430cc 8.75 degrees
- Wood: 15 degree Aeroburner
- Irons: Mizuno Mp 15
- Putter: Tour manta ghost
- Ball: Taylormade TPX
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