Men's Golf

Lions Tied for Sixth Halfway Through

Tyler Torano with Alex Galvan

Tyler Torano with Alex Galvan

Oct. 22, 2012

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SIMI VALLEY, Calif. -- LMU men's golf is in a tie for sixth at the 2012 Bill Cullum Invitational as the second round was halted due to darkness with the round about halfway through. The Lions are unofficially at plus-14 as a team as the field will complete the round on Tuesday morning before the third and final round begins.

The Lions posted a first round 298 to be in eighth place, two strokes behind Boise State and eight behind UC Santa Barbara in the 20-team field. The Lions are currently tied with the Broncos as the Lions have one of the better rounds of the field going at plus-4 with scores through nine holes.

Junior Tyler Torano posted a one-over 73 in the first round and is now in eighth place out of 108 golfers as he is two-under through nine holes. He is one under for the tournament with the back nine still to be scored.

The best round of the first round for the Lions was Bryan Bergna, who posted an even-par 72. He is currently at plus-4 on the second round through 12 holes.

Keeping pace with Torano in the second round is freshman Connor Campbell. He is currently tied for 23rd thanks to his two-under through 15 holes in the second round. He posted a 77 in the first round.

Joining Bergna at four-under on the second round is Eduardo Chavez and Boris Stantchev as both are through 15 holes. Chavez is tied for 58th while Stantchev is tied for 74th.

Freshman Cole Young is playing as an individual for the Lions and is tied for 80th, hitting even par through six holes on the second round.

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