ERIE, Colo. – Loyola Marymount jumped into the top half of teams after shooting a second-round 288 on Monday at the Mark Simpson Colorado Invite. After sitting in a tie for 17th after one round, the Lions (295-288—580) jumped eight positions following the second 18 holes.
“The guys showed some really good signs today and we had a tough time finishing our rounds,” said Head Coach Jason D’Amore. “Overall there are a lot of positives to build on and I am excited to see us bounce back tomorrow and carry that momentum into next week.”
Sophomore Mason Glinski (72-74—143), who sits in an eight-way tie for 19th place, led the Lions on Monday. True freshman Cameron Meeks is a stroke behind Glinski after shooting a 73-71—144 in his first day of collegiate competition.
The tournament will play its final round on Tuesday at the Colorado National Golf Club.
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