The UTEP men’s golf team fired its lowest round of the spring with a four-under par 284 on day two of the National Invitational Tournament to move up six spaces on the leaderboard. UTEP (291-284-575) is 10 shots off the team leader Santa Clara (278-287-565). UTEP’s round of 284 on day two was the lowest by any team in the field.
Frederik Dreier continued his excellent play in round two with a clean card; the junior tallied five birdies and 13 pars. The Denmark native is in third place at eight-under par (69-67-136). Nick Voke (Iowa State), the tournament leader, is at 11-under par (68-65-133). Dreier’s 11 birdies through 36 holes is the third most in the tournament.
Charlie Corner made the biggest move of the day in round two with a collegiate career best round of five-under par 67. The Canadian moved up 38 spots during his career round that included seven birdies, nine pars and two bogeys.
Andreas Sorenson (70-80-150) is tied for 53rd at six-over par, Ben Getman (83-70-153) is knotted up in 70th and Prescott Mann (77-82-159) is tied for 76th.
Nicklas Pihl, who is playing as an individual, is tied for 34th at three-over par; Pihl has rounds of 73 and 74 to combine for 147 strokes.
The final round will be tomorrow at 8 a.m. (MT).
Author: UTEP Athletics