• May 18, 2022
 UTEP Men’s Golf Has Better Showing on Day Two at Golfweek Challenge

UTEP Men’s Golf Has Better Showing on Day Two at Golfweek Challenge

CEDAR RAPIDS, Ia – The UTEP men’s golf team (301-290—591) moved up two places to 13th after firing a 2-over-par 288 on Monday during round two at the Golfweek Conference Challenge played at Cedar Rapids Country Club (Par 72, 7,071 yards).

Aaron Terrazas (71-69—140) has been the top Miner thus far as the senior eagled his final hole on Monday to finish 4-under-par overall. Terrazas fired a 69 on Monday and is currently tied for fifth place with three other players.

Santiago Castilla (81-69—150) had a dramatic improvement on day two after the sophomore fired a 2-under-par 72. Castilla ranks tied for 56th. Freshman Nattapol Udomrat (80-74—154) is ranked tied for 74th, but lowered his score by six strokes from the day before. Oskar Ambrosius (75-78—153) is ranked tied for 72nd and Marcus Khaw (75-81-156) stands tied for 80th.

The Miners combined for 12 birdies, led by Terrazas’s and Castilla’s four birdies each.

Arkansas State (-23) has remained in first place after firing a 12-under par, while host school Iowa (-11) moved up a spot after shooting 5-under par on Monday. Campbell (-4) moved up two spots to third, while San Jose State (-3) and Jacksonville (-3) round out the top five programs heading into the final day on Tuesday.

Arkansas State’s Julien Sale (69-67—136) leads the individual field at 8-under, while Jacksonville’s Thomas Thuroway, Arkansas State’s Joel Wendin and Iowa’s Alex Schaake are tied for second at 5-under par.

Tuesday’s final-round action is set for a 9 a.m. CT shotgun start.

Live scoring may be followed via www.golfstat.com.

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