Men's Golf

Golf Tied For Sixth After Two

JaKe Sarnoff is in the top-10.
JaKe Sarnoff is in the top-10.

March 30, 2009

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Laguna Niguel, CA -- The LMU men's golf team posted a two-round 603 to sit in a tie for sixth place with Cal Poly at the 2009 Anteater Invitational hosted by El Nigueal Country Club in Laguna Niguel, Calif., on Monday afternoon. The Lions are 18 strokes behind leader and host UC Irvine, who paced the 10-team field with a 585.

The Lions posted a first round 294 to sit just five strokes behind UC Irvine. However, afternoon wins picked up and made the Lions last rounds tougher as they finished with a 309 in the second round.

Freshman Jake Sarnoff is pacing the Lions with a two-round 148 on the par-72, 7,016-yard course. He had the most consistent rounds of the day for LMU, hitting a 73 and a 75. He is tied for seventh place, nine strokes behind leader John Chin of UCI.

Senior Greg Moss is also in the top-20 with a two-round 150. He is tied for 16th with rounds of 73 and 77. Sophomore John Lim is five strokes behind Moss with rounds of 79 and 76.

Senior Brian Locke had the biggest swing of the day. He posted a first-round 71 to sit three behind Chin, but finished with a two-round score of 156 for a tie at 35th. Junior Blake Nicolai rounds out the Lions scoring with a 158, good for a tie at 42nd.

The third and final round continues Tuesday at 7:30 a.m.




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