Sept. 21, 2004
WACO, Texas - The UTA men's golf fired the low round with a four-under-par 284 to take second place at the 2004 Baylor Invitational played at Bear Ridge Golf Course here Tuesday.
UTA finished the tournament with a 54-hole total of 866, eight strokes behind Southland Conference Lamar.
The Mavericks showed balance as all five players were within two strokes of each other. Sophomore Marc Campbell (Southlake, Texas) finished with a three-round total of 217 after a final round 70. Redshirt freshman Zack Reeves (Mansfield, Texas) and Tyrone Mordt (Johannsburg, South Africa) combined for scores of 218 after rounds of 73 and 71, respectively, on Tuesday. Jordan Krantz (Vermillion Bay, Canada) and Jeff Murray (Odessa, Texas) tied at 219. Murray carded a final round 72 after opening day scores of 70 and 77.
Krantz had a one-under-par 71 on the 7,250-yard Bear Ridge course Tuesday to finish the tournament at 219.
UTA returns to action Oct. 4-5 at the SMU Invitational in McKinney.
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