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Day One Called Early, UTEP Men’s Golf Sits In Sixth Place

TUCSON, Ariz.- Day one of the Arizona Intercollegiate concluded with the Miner men’s golf team in sixth place. Round two, which began immediately after the end of round one, was called due to darkness.

It will continue at 7:45 a.m. MST tomorrow at the Sewailo Golf Club in Tucson, Ariz. The Miners will have four holes left to compete the second round before round three begins. Offical scores as of now will be from the completed round one.

The Miners shot a round of 17 over par, 301, one stroke behind fifth place California and eight strokes out of a tie for first place with reigning Arizona Intercollegiate champ Oregon and New Mexico.

Leading the field is senior Frederik Dreier, who holds a one-stroke edge over Oregon’s Wyndham Clark. Drier shot a round of 69, two under par. Charles Corner is the next UTEP player on the leaderboard, finishing round one in a 10-way tie for 22nd at four-over-par (75).

Sophomore Andreas Sorensen in tied for 42nd after shooting seven-over-par (78). Nicklas Pihl is one stroke behind at eight-over-par (79). Ben Getman rounded out the scorecard in a tie for 74th after shooting 11-over-par (82).

Play continues tomorrow morning. Live scoring will be available via golfstat.com golfstat.com

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