New Mexico Takes Over Team Lead After Second Round 2016 Mountain West Men's Golf Championship
Defending champion and 22nd-ranked San Diego State sits in fourth at 4-under 572, followed by Colorado State and Nevada in a tie for fifth at 3-under 573. Air Force, Wyoming and Boise State are knotted in a 3-way tie for seventh at 4-over 580, while San José State and Utah State are tied for 10th at 8-over 584.
Individually, Nevada sophomore Corey Eddings maintained his position atop the leader board with a 1-under 71 today and a 36-hole score of 8-under 136. He has a one-stroke advantage over New Mexico freshman Sam Kim (69-68), who is currently at 7-under 137. Fresno State junior Trevor Clayton (66-72) and Boise State senior Logan France (71-67) are two shots off the individual lead and tied for third place with identical scores of 6-under 138. France and Nevada sophomore Grant Booth, who moved up to from 23rd to fifth after the second round, shot the best day two scores with matching 5-under 67's.
Colorado State junior Jimmy Makloski recorded the first hole-in-one in Mountain West Men's Golf Championship history after sinking his tee shot on the par 3, 170-yard fourth hole.
After three eagles were recorded in yesterday's first round, 10 were carded in the second round despite 35 mile-per-hour wind gusts. San Diego State senior Ryann Ree led the way with two eagles. His first came on the par 5, 535-yard second hole, while his second was on the 511-yard 10th hole.