Torano in Second After Round One
Tyler Torano is in a three-way tie for second after first round of Querencia Cabo Collegiate on Sunday.
Oct. 14, 2012
LOS CABOS CORRIDOR, Mexico -- LMU junior Tyler Torano shot an opening round 72 to sit in a three-way tie for second play after the first round of the Querencia Cabo Collegiate at Querencia Golf Club in Los Cabos Corridor, Mexico.
Torano opened with a 39 on the front nine and then had the best nine-hole score of the day with a 33 on the back nine. He finished with an even par 72 to sit in a tie with Alex Carpenter of Abilene Christian and Richard James of South Florida. Only four players shot par or better as Will Bishop from Kentucky was the only player under par with a 70.
As a team, the Lions opened with a team score of 309 to sit in ninth, three strokes behind UT Arlington and Santa Clara, who are tied for seventh. The Lions have a four-stroke lead on Arkansas.
Following Torano was Eduardo Chavez, who sits in a tie for 24th with a 76. Bryan Bergna opened with 78 and in a tie for 36th. Rounding out the Lions' scores were Boris Stantchev with an 83 and Chase Nicolai with an 85.
Second of three rounds will continue on Monday.
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