Lions Five Strokes Back
Men's golf sits just five strokes out of lead heading into final day of Stevinson Ranch Invitational.
April 6, 2009
Stevinson, CA -- LMU men's golf posted a second round 295 at the University of Colorado-Stevinson Ranch Invitational for a two-round total of 584 at Stevinson Ranch Golf Course on Monday afternoon. The Lions are at eight-over par heading into the final round on Tuesday morning.
The Lions, who led the field after the first round, are just five strokes behind host Colorado and are in fifth place. Washington State and Nevada are tied for second with two-round scores of 580. Saint Mary's is fourth with a 582. Sixth-place Cal State Stanislaus is nine strokes behind the Lions.
Senior Greg Moss leads the Lions after two rounds, sitting in third place by himself after rounds of par-72, and two-under 70 on the par-72 7,142-yard course. Moss is five strokes behind leader Pat Grady of Colorado, and two stroke behind Nevada's Ryan Hallisey.
Fellow senior Brian Locke dropped off the pace after his first round 70 and sits in a tie for 20th after posting a 77 in round two. He is five back of Moss with a 147.
Just one-stroke off of Locke's pace is sophomore John Lim with shot rounds of 73 and 75 for a two-round 148. He is in a tie for 25th in the field of 87 individuals and 15 teams. Freshman Jake Sarnoff is two strokes behind Lim with a two-round 150. He opened with a 77 but recovered with a second round 73. He is in a tie for 35th.