Nov. 7, 2006
KANEOHE, Hawaii - The UT Arlington men's golf team held their ground with a second-day round of six-over-par 294 to tie for ninth place at the Hawai'i Fall Intercollegiate on Tuesday.
The Mavericks are tried with Drake, 15 strokes behind leader Loyola Marymount. The Lions slipped after an opening round 280 and fired a 294 on Tuesday, but still holds a six stroke lead for San Deigo. The Toreros carded their second straight two-over-par 290 to sit at four-over-par 580 for the tournament.
San Diego State, St. Mary's (Calif.), College of Charleston and New Mexico State are tied for third at 582. Louisiana Tech (583), San Francisco (587), UT Arlington and Drake (589), Hawai'i (591), Boise State (592), Weber State (596), Hartford (602), Idaho (606) and Osaka (636) round out the field.
Junior Zack Reeves and senior Ryan Zamorano had the Mavericks best day with a solid one-over-par 73 on the par-72, 6,528-yard Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course. Bryan Baker and Bryce Easton carded rounds of 74 and freshman Bobby Massa had a 76. Reeves is tied for 15th place while Zamorano stands in 20th spot. Baker is tied for 43rd place in his first tournament of the fall season.
The third and final round is Wednesday.
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